Nimbuzz Messenger Now Supports Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone

Nimbuzz-Messenger-IndiaThe new Nimbuzz Messenger which features free SMS messaging, group instant messaging, picture sharing and more will now supports all Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone smartphones.

Nokia Lumina users can now easily chat with friends on Facebook, Gtalk, Yahoo! Messenger or Live Messenger (MSN), all for free.

Nimbuzz ads more than 180,000 new users every day, and its users spend on average two-and-a-half hours per day communicating via the mobile app.

“Nimbuzz has long been one of Nokia’s most requested apps, with Nimbuzz Messenger providing Nokia consumers with an easy-to-use, free way to connect with friends and share content,” said Maximilian Schierstädt, Director, Global Partner Management, Nokia . “Nokia devices deliver outstanding experiences to consumers, and we’re committed to developing partnerships, such as Nimbuzz, which deliver even better apps, services and features to our portfolio of devices.”

“With more than 105 million users worldwide, Nimbuzz Messenger is one of the ‘must-have’ applications for Symbian smartphone users, and as part of our ongoing collaboration with Nokia’s, we are excited to bring the service to Nokia Lumia and Windows Phone smartphones. We’re confident Nimbuzz Messenger will provide one of the best free messaging services available in Marketplace.” said Joby Babu, Nimbuzz head of operations.

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September 4, 2012 8:54 pm 8:54 PM
To Saurabh : This cheater Videocon blocked one of my number saying that I have to give ID proof one more time. Thank god. I had dlready generated UPC from that number when it was active. I also generated portout codes in 3 more videocon numbers (in addition to the above). To Videocon : Get lost Videocon. I was so loyal to you and recharged nearly Rs.1000 per month and made GULF ISD calls to my parents. You are not even loyal to me. Never enter Tamilnadu again. Even Uninor went away in a DECENT MANNER. But you are shutting… Read more »
September 4, 2012 5:29 pm 5:29 PM
@Sudhakar, What are you thinking, if those operators who lost their licenses somehow manages to win back their lost licenses, they will continue to provide cheaper tariffs and people will keep enjoying? Not at all. These companies provide cheaper tariffs only because they got license+spectrum at throw-away prices. In 2008, Pan-India license/spectrum was given to them at Rs.1651 crores only i.e why we enjoyed cheaper tariffs. Now for the same spectrum, the price is set at Rs.14000 crores minimum and final price will be determined through auction. Even if these operators get spectrum for some circles, call prices will increase.… Read more »
September 4, 2012 3:01 pm 3:01 PM

What I came to say is that if new 4 operators quit the market, the old 4 operators will increase the tariff as their wish.