Showing posts with label Viber. Show all posts
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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Viber offers free calls to any numbers in 52 countries

Viber Call Offer for Nepal


Viber, the most popular instant messaging and VoIP app for various mobile operating systems like ios, Android and Windows has announced a grand offer to its more than 40 lakh Nepalese users to make national or international call for free to any landline or viber out mobile in 52 countries today. The scheme will be ended on September 19 and the viber users with a registered Nepali phone number can call for free between 8pm to 10pm daily. Viber, which has over 754 million users worldwide, brought this offer exclusively to Nepal as it is a key market in South Asia. Viber users can make call to these countries: Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Canada, China, Cyprus,  Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan,   Kuwait, Laos, Lebanon, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, New Zealand,  Norway, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Vietnam (excluding special, premium service and non-geographic numbers and subject to Fair Usage Principles outlined below), during the time of this offer, between the dates September 6, 2016 to September 19, 2016 during the hours 20:00 NPT @22:00 NPT (“Offer Period”).

“Viber has a very strong presence in Nepal. Since a large part of Nepal’s population stay outside for work or education, the Free Viber Out offer will give people an opportunity to connect freely  without worrying about call charges ,” said Anubhav Nayyar , Regional Head , South Asia for Viber.

Viber has also launched Nepali language stickers that are gaining popularity lately. The company informed that it will provide added value to Nepali users by offering more unique services and facilities in near future.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Viber investing in Nepal

Viber
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Viber, the most popular messaging and calling apps with over 711 million users worldwide and 4.5 million registered users in Nepal, has planned to invest in Nepal.

"With Nepal becoming one of the priority markets for Viber, we intend to invest and bring about more offerings in the future," Anubhav Nayyar, Regional Head-South Asia, Viber, said at a program organized in Kathmandu on Thursday.

Viber recently announced the launch of public chats in Nepal where it allows users to follow wide range of celebrities, influencers and brands. With famous celebrities like Malvika Subba, Priyanka Karki, Richa Sharma, Nagma Shreshtha and former Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai already making a mark on the Viber Public Chats, fans and followers can get a sneak peek into the lives of their favorite celebrities.

"After the success of Viber Public Chats in Nepal, we have decided to offer our customers something more," he said, adding that the company was launching a new and exclusive sticker pack for its users to help them express better in their own language. On joining Public Chats Former Miss Nepal Earth 2012 Nagma Shrestha said: "It's new and fun. Since we use Viber frequently in Nepal, it's really easy to update and share my thoughts and share them with the world."

Likewise, popular singer Nima Rumba said public chat was an exciting opportunity for his fans to follow his music and creativity. “This new feature of Viber has helped me connect with larger world as I can invite as many friends to my public chat," he added.

Similarly, actress Richa Sharma said that she was overwhelmed to be on Viber Public Chats. "I am enjoying it a lot," she said, adding that public chats offer a more personal touch for brands and celebrities to get close to their followers."

Viber has been introducing stickers in the local language since the early part of this year. After the success of the first localized sticker project in collaboration with Tuborg in Nepal, Viber has announced their first sticker pack in Nepali language.

 On the occasion of Nepalese New Year in April, Viber offered stickers worth Rs. 10,000 for free to its users. Viber is in the process of partnering with several other brands within Nepal to release new sets of localized sticker packs. It aims to expand its reach in Nepal over the next few months.

Note: Viber had Allowed International Users To Call Landline & Mobile Phones For Free in Nepal during the Earthquake 2015.

What is Viber

Viber is a Rakuten Group Company which connects user around the world with the people through free video calls, messaging and public chats. It can be used on iphone, iPad, Android phones, Windows phone, Windows, Mac and Linux over 3G/4G or Wifi connections.

It (Rakuten, Inc.) has been ranked among the world’s ‘Top 20 Most Innovative Companies’ in Forbes magazine’s annual list. Rakuten is expanding worldwide and currently operates throughout Asia, Europe, the Americas and Oceania.

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