Advertisement
Advertisement

Together with the authorities, Viber has launched special communities in several countries where users can receive official and trusted information about the pandemic.

Moreover, to help people separate fact from fiction about the coronavirus, Viber has launched an official WHO bot and is working with UNICEF U-Reports to deliver real-time updates and information about the coronavirus in multiple languages including Bangla.

Djamel Agaoua, CEO, Rakuten Viber commented, “During this challenging time, we are adapting and responding to help keep friends and families, students and teachers, coworkers and partners in constant contact with each other. Our users rely on us, and we will continue enhancing their experience while keeping people connected freely and safely.”

Read more from Corporate
Post Comment
Advertisement