Nimbuzz Hits 50 Million Registered Users Worldwide

Nimbuzz, one of most popular messaging and mobile social entertainment application for the connected generation, today announces a major milestone for the company, the achievement of 50 million worldwide registered users.

Nimbuzz currently supports more than 5,000 handsets and combines the powers of the Internet and mobile communications into one and allows users to meet, share and connect with family and friends.

Since July 2010 Nimbuzz has increased its registered user base by more than 28 million, with 100,000 new users every day. Nimbuzz users spend on average two and a half hours per day communicating via the mobile app and more than 4 hours via the desktop application.

Nimbuzz Ping, the world’s first SMS based push notification system for feature phones, has been an important driver of the growth. Users in Indonesia love it, and Nimbuzz users from all around the world also want this feature in their country.

Speaking on this momentous occasion Jamshed V. Rajan, Country Head, Nimbuzz India stated, “We are extremely delighted to announce this great achievement to our India Users who are soon going to see their favorite messaging application turn into a full-fledged mobile social entertainment app.

Some of the India specific features that have been added in the last couple months have been a roaring success, and we plan to build on them in future.”

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April 7, 2012 3:34 pm 3:34 PM

maximum flood ids registered on nimbuzz 😀 chatrooms are like graveyard now… after update 😀 tired to see this msg in every chatroom ‘To access chatrooms you will soon need to have a verified phone number. Please verify it now in the Nimbuzz Settings menu.’ Lol..stop making fool to people 😀

June 24, 2011 7:40 pm 7:40 PM

use it since2007

June 24, 2011 7:02 pm 7:02 PM

Binoy Xavier :

Steve :
Nimbuzz call rates are very expensive..and even in some countries like UAE its call features are banned….but the call quility is too good….

Seriously? Mind checking info once again? Way less when compared to Fring and Skype.

i think u dint google it properly? Nimbuzz doest have video call and u r comparing it to fring and skype? There are loads of voip providers like nimbuzz who offer less price then s-unno, rynga, softcall and many more