With the growing popularity of Viber in Nepal, it is all set to offer a unique benefit for its 4 Million+ discerning users in Nepal. Starting 6thSeptember 2016 Viber users with a registered Nepalese phone number can make a national or international call to any landline or non-Viber mobile completely free using Viber Out .This offer is available every day between 8pm to 10pm until September 19th, 2016 for calls to 52countries. Having over 754 million unique users worldwide, Viber brings this unprecedented offer exclusively to Nepal.
Nepal was chosen for this unique promotion as it is a key market in South Asia. Starting 6thSeptember 2016, Nepalese users can use free Viber Out feature, designed to call mobile and landline numbers around the world from any iOS, Android, and Windows smartphone or Windows PC or Mac. Can anyone in the world for free – be it in Nepal, India, USA, UK , Canada ,Australia, Kuwait and more countries. All you need is an internet connection – mobile or Wi-Fi – and indulge in Viber Out calls- free of charge for 2 weeks starting at 8pm on 6th September.
“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
As an important step towards securing full peace of mind for its users, Viber has recently introduced full end-to-end encryption on all platforms for chats and voice calls, as well as an option for hidden chats.
Viber has become a pivotal app for the thriving online communities, where friends and families communicate in a personal, safe and expressive manner. Viber also offers influencers, brands, and organizations a platform to engage with their fans and followers through Public Chats and the exciting ViberStickers. With a growing popularity of Nepali language stickers in Nepal, Viber is all set to provide added value to Nepalese users by offering unique services and facilities in near future.
Thanks to CREO Communications for the Heads Up!