Mobilink announced partnership with Nimbuzz : brings special Internet Bundles

After the recent deal with Viber, Mobilink today announced a partnership to bring the Nimbuzz Messenger app to Mobilink subscribers across Pakistan at an unbeatable price. Nimbuzz is an instant, mobile messenger & phone app for a wide range of mobile platforms, PC & MAC.


The partnership will enable Mobilink subscribers to opt for a special, discounted ‘Nimbuzz Bundle’ that will allow unlimited internet usage via Nimbuzz app.Mobilink subscribers will also become part of the 150 million global Nimbuzz fraternities and able to communicate freely with Nimbuzz users across the world.

Talking about the partnership,Vikas Saxena, CEO Nimbuzz said:

Since messaging is one of the fastest growing usage categories on smartphones it becomes imperative that stakeholders in this ecosystem like telecom companies and Nimbuzz work together to bring out services that best serve this user need This tie-up will further help a large and growing user base of Nimbuzz in Pakistan to enjoy our product without caring about individual data costs much. We are excited to work with Mobilink in bringing together best communications experience on mobile for people of Pakistan.

Moied Javeed, Director Marketing (Mobile Internet) at Mobilink highlighted:

Mobilink sustains its market leadership through innovation in the services and products that we offer to our customers. Nimbuzz is one of the leading innovators in the realm of seamless messaging and entertainment via mobile internet services. We are confident that our partnership with Nimbuzz will provide our customers with the benefits of the most modern form of data-based communication.

Facebook Bundle, Twitter Zero, Viber and now Nimbuzz, Mobilink is trying its best to attract more and more users towards its mobile internet. Of course this is good for both company and customers, but without 3G network we are not sure if customers are going to enjoy or regret these bundles. What do you think? Mobilink’s current network based on GPRS / Edge can provide you a good VoIP experience? Share your views via comments.