India’s current population is currently standing in at 1.2 billion, making it the second most populous country in the world. With such a large population inhabiting a small country, there is obviously going to be a high level of poverty plaguing the country. In fact, a third of the world’s poor people are currently living in India. People living below the poverty line are not able to improve their lifestyle with the wages they are currently in. According to the World Bank, approximately 68% of the population live on less than 2$ a day while 11.8% live on $1.25 a day.
India’s poverty levels; though have been significantly reduced, from 37.2% in 2004-05 11.8% in 2014, there is a population figure of 148 million inhabitants that are still living below the poverty line. Naturally, to overcome the hardships experienced in their own country, Indian expats seek employment in foreign countries. Since thousands of families keep adding to the population counter, and the only way to pay off debts coming in the form of bills, food expenses, education and anything that can be termed as important, Indian expats have to look for employment abroad. However, even though things are not as glamorous as everyone makes it out to be when working in foreign countries, workers are able to ignore the fact that even though they receive minimum wage (in the foreign countries), it is till proportionally more than what they earned in their native homeland.
When workers seek employment in different countries, the only perk of working in these countries is the ability of accumulating sufficient amounts of funds to be sent back home to their families to pay off all the necessary bills that are incurred in the household. Since majority of the workers working in foreign countries belong to the class labeled under ‘unskilled labor’, employers will find no shortage in unskilled labor and will be at complete liberty to allocate minimum wages. The only problem that exhumes from the minimum wages is that workers cannot find a proper medium to call their loved ones at cheap rates thanks to the amount of bills that drains their wages dry.
However, the Yello app provides you with the best rates at which you can your loved ones back home. After all, which other app provides you to makes calls to India as cheap as 1.35 cents/min? However, in order to avail the cheapest offer available, the user will have to buy calling credit by visiting http://www.myyello.com/Account/SignIn, and if you already have an account registered on the Yello website, you can purchase additional calling credit. Currently, if Indian expat workers call to India, then they will receive the following calling rates.
Now, if they want to avail additional discounts, then they will have to either register themselves on Yello’s website or log in, after which they can avail the additional discounted rates. Remember, that Yello app users will be entitled to a 10% discount and will receive the following discounted rates.
With these rates, not only will you receive discounted rates, you will also receive the combination of additional savings and the comfort of calling your loved ones back home.
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