Viber is free with Globe
MANILA, Philippines—The year 2015 starts with good vibes with Viber sharing its big thanks to its over 18 million users in the country who have helped make it the no. 1 chat app in the Philippines.
Together with Globe, Viber spreads more good vibes with everyone as they offer free Viber to all Globe users.
From January 13 to February 13, all Globe mobile and Tattoo subscribers can #ShareYourVibe and use Viber to communicate with friends and loved ones, free of charge. That’s right. No purchase required, no promo required, no daily registration required—it’s completely free.
“We’d like to thank our partner Globe for sharing the good vibes with us as we offer #FreeViber, allowing us to reach out to more Filipinos and enabling them to connect freely, without incurring any mobile data charges,” said Talmon Marco, Viber’s CEO.
#FreeViber with Globe will enable more Filipinos to have a richer mobile sharing experience with free texts, calls, emoticons, stickers, push to talk, and the recently launched Viber Public Chats where they get 24/7 chats from their favorite celebrities and personalities.
Viber is a pioneering mobile messaging, voice and video service. Viber lets everyone in the world connect. Freely. Users can send free text messages, fun stickers, photos, videos and doodles, share locations anywhere in the world, make free HD-quality calls and communicate with Push-To-Talk. With Viber Out, users can make low-cost calls to any phone number around the world.
Viber is available for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Blackberry 10, Windows, Windows 8, Mac, Linux, Symbian, Nokia S40 and Bada devices over 3G/4G or WiFi connections.
With over 460 million unique users and 608 million registered users in 193 countries, Viber is constantly innovating by introducing new platforms and adding fun new features. Viber is a Rakuten Group company. ADVT
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