Mobilink to Offer Viber and Nimbuzz Bundles with Unlimited Usage

Viber-NimbuzzMobilink has partnered with Viber and Nimbuzz to offer its prepaid customers unlimited – application specific – data bundles.

With these bundles, Mobilink customers will be able to make unlimited voice calls and send unlimited text messages using Viber and Nimbuzz.

Viber and Nimbuzz are mobile apps – available for all major platforms – that offer chat & IM service and voice calls for free.

These applications consume mobile internet for all the IM and voice traffic, which will be offered by Mobilink in bundles to its customers at a fixed daily price with unlimited usage.

According to information we have got, Nimbuzz bundle will be offered in next few days while Viber bundles for Mobilink customers will be available during last week of May 2013.

Prices of Mobilink bundles for Viber and Nimbuzz are not known yet.

VoIP services, such as Viber and Nimbuzz, that also offer chat and IM services are getting popular in Pakistan. Inflating trend of mobile internet usage in the country is likely to see further surge after such bundle offers by cellular operators.

It merits mentioning here that Twitter and Facebook bundles are already being offered by various operators. However chat and voice services such as WhatsApp bundle offered by Ufone and these upcoming Viber and Nimbuzz bundles from Mobilink are going to transform the way people communicate with each other.

These bundles are going to offer true value against the money that customers spend on their telecommunication tools.

Tech reporter with over 10 years of experience, founder of ProPakistani.PK


  • Asad

    It’s Viber.. not Vider … -.-

    • Khan

      Who wrote Vider,,,,

      • it may have been there and later corrected. There was no need to thumb down the guy

  • great offer.. ;)
    love nimbuzz :P

  • Waqas

    mere city me Mobilink ki downloading speed ab bhi 2kbps hai, voice call kase ho gi nimbuzz pr ?

  • qasim

    even on my 1mb wifi viber call is not very good, i hope they have done a quality audit before introducing this package, though it seems like a dream package

  • i see later