Free calls and messaging for the connected generation.
Nimbuzz combines the powers of the Internet and mobile communications into one, and lets you make calls, send messages and share files, on any mobile device, for free.
It is everything you need to communicate for free:
- Call, chat and messaging on your terms, plus photos, music and video sharing.
- Be there for your friends - Stay connected, see who’s online, and what they are up to.
- Connect with new friends in chat rooms and meet face-to-face via location sharing.
- For everyone. No matter what device, Nimbuzz most likely supports it, so go ahead and invite your friends.
What if you could call people without worrying about the bill? What if you could call anyone from anywhere for free?
That’s what Nimbuzz is all about. Between Nimbuzz it is free, so you can call all your friends on Nimbuzz for nothing. Call everyone else for next to nothing, with NimbuzzOut.
Make your mobile do more, for less.
Nimbuzz is your new address book. You decide whether you want to call, message, share files or location, or simply see who is online and where.
With N-World you get to customize your profile, challenge friends to games, and even download new content to make Nimbuzz more fun.
Also, you can use Nimbuzz everywhere, on your mobile phone, desktop computer, or even the Internet browser.
You can even import your friends from popular instant messaging and social networks, such Facebook©, Yahoo!™, Windows Live Messenger® (MSN), GoogleTalk and SIP/VoIP accounts.
Just because you’re on your mobile phone doesn’t mean you have to incur expensive (SMS) text messaging or multimedia (MMS) charges to keep in touch with friends.
Nimbuzz offers you free messaging, photo, music, and video sharing between Nimbuzz friends, so you can save money on every message!
Use group chat to get all your friends on the same page. Make new friends in chat rooms, and share your insights on Twitter.
Nimbuzz connects your phone to the people you want to reach over the mobile Internet. Not over expensive cell phone networks. All you need is a WiFi connection or an unlimited data plan from your mobile provider.
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