Viber, one of the popular mobile applications for phone calls and text messages has unveiled its plans to expand its investment in Nepal.
In a programme organised on Thursday, it has made it public that Nepal is becoming one of the priority markets of Viber and is interested in bringing more offers in future. It has 4.5 million users in Nepal.
Viber recently announced the launch of public chats in Nepal to allow users to follow celebrities like Priyanka Karki, Richa Sharma, Baburam Bhattarai and to know much more about their personal lives. With the success of public chats, it is considering to launch sticker pack in the Nepali language. Viber introduced the first stickers in the local language in association with Tuborg and with a is a success it has announced to launch sticker in the Nepali language. It aims to facilitate communication and express users their feelings in their own language through launching sticker in the Nepali language.
Viber has the aim to establish it as giant digital apps. On the occasion of Nepali New Year, it had made stickers available worth Rs ten thousand for free to its users. It aims to expand its reach all over Nepal partnering with local service providers.