Peter of Bali, Indonesia

I am Peter Louwerens, I was born in Bali, Indonesia, but I live in Holland. Thank you very much for settling my mistake and correct it the right way. My friend in Bali has indeed received the 100.000 IDT top-up on her mobile.
I have an export business in Bali with a Balinese partner, my company is called Burung Padi Trading (, and for now I export raw coffee beans from Bali (Kintamani Arabica) and I sell them to coffee roasters in Holland and Germany. My wife and I already go to Bali since 2009 every year and we first helped a Balinese family to get a better income by building a 6-room homestay in Ubud. We invested our own money in it (60% as a gift and 40% as a loan) and since June 2011 this is one of the most successful homestays in Ubud (Jangkrik Homestay, I did not only help building the house, but I also built their Wifi network, their websites and the booking program for internet. All bookings were done by internet by me from Holland until 2014. Now they are capable to run the internet business themselves and the staff is trained according to cleaning standards that we learned them. After this success our name was known in and around Ubud and more homestay owners asked us for support. Since one year another homestay has found the road to success with our help (ThreeWin Homestay, This time mainly by website and internet handling.
At the moment I am creating the website for a third homestay opening later this year. Since I am already retired since 2012, I can look for business from my home and last year I started importing coffee beans. Since Bali Kintamani coffee is not so well known it was only logical to start importing a small batch from the harvest of July 2014. My main reason to do this is again to develop wealth and more income for my friends in Bali, in this case my good friend and partner Wayan Suastawa and his family. Wayan arranges all the negotiations, quality control and export handling for me. The next harvest will be in July this year and at the moment I can still deliver from my stock in Oisterwijk. As you can imagine I have many friends in Bali and I have daily contact with many of them by LINE, BBM, GMAIL, SMS. In Indonesia almost all of them buy PULSA for their phones when they need to call or sms or internet.
I buy Top-up at Prepaid Union for them from time to time. It is very easy and there is very little overhead costs on your prices. Also the top-up is very quick, within 15 minutes most of the times. I am a very satisfied user and will continue to be a regular client of your company.

– Peter Louwerens



Hello !! My name SOUMAH OUSMANE. I live in Belgium for 8 years now.
I send prepaid credits to my family in Africa to help them, to have a better contact and to communicate with them as i miss my family so much.
I started to use PREPAID UNION for about 6 months now and thanks to this service I can send credits to members of my family and friends in AFRICA.
And it is a great service and reliable and easy to use. I would like to recommend this service to everyone.


Fred of Indonesia

May I introduce myself… my name is Fred van Midde.. I was born in Indonesia, grew up in the Netherlands and 12 years ago, I take an early retirement and moved to Indonesia…I live in Manado.. North Sulawesi… Once a year I go, one or two months, back to Holland to visit family and friends and… for the dutch food, I miss that also.
When I’m in Holland,I like it to have contact with my friends in Indonesia, but maybe you know, Indonesia is a country with many poor people, so I looked for a possibility to sent load to their mobile phone…and I “found” Prepaid Union…an easy, fast and safe way, to sent load to an indonesian mobile number.
If I back in Indonesia, also many times I sent load to my friends and my own number by Prepaid Union…..I live rather far from the city and in the night, the counters that sell load, are closed..And not like in Holland you can buy load in every shop, supermarket, petrol station and also online..Oké, the load if I buy it here is cheaper, but..if you add transport and petrol and….time is also money!
So already a few years, I have a very good experience with Prepaid Union.



Love at First Sight of Kasia

My story with prepaid union is so so romantic.
One day when i was on my holidays i see him…
My heart start to beat so quickly. In this moment i forget about all world.
The first time i know what means love.
And it stated…
After my comming back to home it was not enough to have a contact by internet.
I need to hear his voice…
I need to hear and feel his breath…
The worst was fact that he is poor… But he has big heart. He work but all his money he give family to they can live. Is it normal in this life to do smth like that?
I start to search, and i find the most easy way to be with him in contact, but with dont give him reason to pay for this.I found prepaid union.
From 4 months we stay like that in contact.
This give us help and hope to dont loose our love, to feel each other every minute when we need this so much.
Thank u my prepaid union 🙂

Top Up Story

Phil_top_up Story.2My name is Kaena from the Netherlands, I am originally born and grew up in the Philippines.

When i found out about Prepaid Union, i start using it a lot to send top up to my family and friends in the Philippines.

Every  2 weeks, i would send prepaid credits to my mother, sisters, and brother in Law, sometimes even my closest neighbors in my hometown.

Or i will surprise them by topping up their phone on these special occasions (Birthdays, Christmas, or New Year).

This is my way that i know i can give my present right on time while the event is still happening.

For me, it will only cost me a little but for them is really a big thing to receive a top up for free.

You’ll feel how much they appreciate it and how happy they can get ,the smile on their faces are priceless.

Plus it’s always a pleasure for me to be able to help them even in a simple way.

My family and friends will use the credits to send sms  and call each other, and they will even use the credits on using data on their mobile.


Araw ng Kagitingan ( Day of Valor)

04.09.2015 - Philippines

Philippines will be observing the 73rd anniversary of the Fall of Bataan this coming April 9, 2015. The day, also referred to as “Araw ng Kagitingan” (Day of Valor) is a legal holiday nationwide as stipulated in Republic Act 3022 which President Carlos P. Garcia signed in 1961.

The Fall of Bataan happened in April 9, 1942, when Filipino and American fighters isolated for months in Bataan surrendered to the Japanese Imperial Army under General Masaharu Homma.This came after Major General Edward P. King of the United States Armed Forces in the Far East (USAFFE) came to the conclusion that further attempts to stop the Japanese from advancing will be useless. Most of the survivors of the Japanese offensive were then forced to march from Mariveles, Bataan all the way to San Fernando, Pampanga before traveling via bpx train to Camp O’Donnell in Tarlac.