Talk 60 Minutes non-stop with folks back home

For all those who thought that the world is an expensive place, here is a relief! If you stay really far away from home (in the US of A), and feel an uncontrollable urge to talk to your folks back home, don’t hesitate. They say that some of the best things in the world are priceless, and we believe it’s true. That’s why, we at Remit2India thought we should give you something that will help you connect with your loved ones without having to worry about the sky high ISD calling rates for a considerable amount of time.
Here’s what you got to do to avail the calling card offer

1. Fill in your details on HERE to get an International calling card with 60 minutes of talk time absolutely free on registration!
2. Dial the number with an International code [+91 for India :)]
3. Give your folks a surprise!

Remit2India is the global one stop destination for money transfers to India for NRIs across the world. Our mantra at Remit2India is making money transfer a quick and hassle-free experience.

P.S: This offer is valid for limited time only. So hurry! For further detail visit Remit2India

India sees more dollars coming in with a weaker Rupee!

The weaker Rupee has become the cause for a surge in inward dollar remittance sent by NRIs from the US. Yesterday the US $ reached an exchange rate of Rs. 46.59* against the rupee and this has enabled a lot of NRIs to send money back home in India.

(*Source: remit2india.com indicative rate as on 9.30am IST on Thursday, 20th May, 2010)

Remittance inflow from the US has increased by a whopping 37% in the first 20 days of this month when compared to the previous month. This reinstates the fact that the weaker rupee has indeed caught the fancy of NRIs in the US.

“The recent surge of the dollar against the rupee has been extreme. We have seen a spike in our numbers, both on transactions and volume especially in the past few days. Also a noticeable factor that has come forward over the past few days is that the average remittance amount by individuals has been upwards of US$ 10,000, which is substantially more than our monthly average” said Avijit Nanda, President, TimesofMoney. He also added, “We feel that this trend will only improve over the next few days and we expect more inflows to come into India.”

Your Gateway to India

Off late, buying a house and investing in property has become a necessity not only for the rich and wealthy, but for people from all strata of the society. Ask people, and they will prefer buying a house to renting. Not only because it’s feasible in the long run, but the rent money from the house, acts as an extra income for the family. Also, in case of an emergency, you can get a second loan on your house until your situation improves. Besides that, buying more than one house in metros like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore or Calcutta etc. where the land value is high, can be extremely profitable.

But what about all those Indians who are living abroad? Will the NRIs miss the golden chance of owning a house just because they live abroad and are not able to take out enough time to invest in a property back home?

Thinking on the same lines, Times of India along with Remit2India organised ‘Your Gateway to India 2010’. This initiative was made to enable all Non Residential Indians to invest in India’s booming USD$1.2 trillion economy, without having to travel to India.

Your Gateway to India was a property expo where India’s top developers showcased premium projects to Non Resident Indian (NRI) diaspora in Santa Clara and New Jersey. The Realty Expo was held in Santa Clara on May 1-2, 2010 and on May 8-9 in Edison, New Jersey – two major hubs for Non Resident Indians (NRIs) in USA. Twenty leading developers had showcased their residential projects across India.

Remit2India is the best remittance business in India. At Remit2India we strive to bridge the gap between NRI and their mother land. All are efforts are to get an NRI living abroad as close to home as we possibly can.

So what are you waiting for? Go grab this unique opportunity! Visit http://www.yourgatewaytoindia.com/ for more details.

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