If you were born and raised in Haiti, there are some things only you will understand.
For example, you know that when someone says to arrive at their party at 4pm, you know it’s probably best to actually arrive at 6pm.
You also know that everything pretty much grinds to a halt when there is a soccer game on and that most people around the world haven’t really lived because they are yet to get a taste of Haitian cuisine.
Most of these things you realize about home when growing up, don’t go away as you get older. They don’t even go away if you happen to move away from your home country.
Even if you mum used to drive you crazy or you had a few uncles who just never made any sense, more than likely you still will want to keep in touch with them.
Far from home
Hundreds and thousands of Haitians now live away from Haiti in all four corners of the globe, with nearly one million people in America believed to be of Haitian descent.
In order to keep in touch with loved ones that they may have left behind, many uses services like Ding to send fast and reliable top up back home.
They may not be able to get a bite of a real Haitian patty, but at least we can help you stay in touch with those who are important to you.
Cut the distance
Keeping your loved ones phones in action means that you will be able to call, text and share pictures and stories with them no matter the distance.
We may not be able to help with time differences, but we sure can save you a hell of a lot of time.
Sending top up can be done in just three seconds using the Ding website or app.
Our goal at Ding is to keep people all over the world connected. Think of us as creating a shortcut on the distance.
So whether you are thriving in your life abroad or still susceptible to bouts of homesickness, Ding is working with operators in Haiti like Digicel to make sure that staying connected is now simple.