New Delhi, Aug 4: Nimbuzz, the multi-community mobile social messaging, Geo-Presence and Voice over Internal Protocol (VoIP) has partnered with Virgin Mobile India (VMI) to bring social networking and chatting to Virgin Mobile's customers.
It is for the first time ever Nimbuzz is offering its multibrand WAP chat application to Virgin Mobile under the brand name of Vchatter, allowing users to access multiple instant messengers from a single login.
Vchatter, will provide Virgin Mobile users to chat in the very familiar Vbytes environment. It also brings a one click log-in to multiple IMs like Yahoo Messenger, Gtalk, MSN Messenger, Facebook, Skype etc via the Vbytes portal for free. The application is easy to use and brings all messenger contacts into a single common friend list.
Virgin Mobile plans to promote Nimbuzz"s 'Vchatter' mobile chat service through webpage on the Virgin Mobile website, and with a direct-contact-to-consumer campaign. Nimbuzz has also launched an official blog to interact with its community in India for news, behind the scenes insight, new features and trends.
Vikas Saxena, Country Head Nimbuzz India, says, "We believe that the 'always-on' solution that Nimbuzz provides, together with Virgin Mobile"s youth customer focus will gratify the social communication needs of India"s hyper-connected youth. Our current global growth at the rate of one new user signing up every 3 seconds is handy proof of the appetite for our service."
Talking about the Nimbuzz-Virgin Mobile association, Deval Parikh Chief Officer, Virgin Mobile India, said, "In Vchatter we have a unique application which makes all Instant Messengers accessible to our customers with a single simultaneous login. Now the users will not have to repeatedly feed in different usernames & passwords for multiple IMs. And this is just the beginning!."