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Viber has been taken over by Despicable Me! The leading mobile communications platform offering free messaging and HD-quality phone calls has teamed up with Universal Partnerships & Licensing to create an exclusive Despicable Me Sticker Pack based on the Minions and characters from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment’s phenomenally successful Despicable Me franchise.

despicableAvailable in the Viber Sticker Store today, the pack features Gru, his adorable girls and the dynamic Minions. There is a sticker for every mood and every type of message, so users have the opportunity to express themselves with the help of their favorite characters from the film series.

“Viber users love to communicate with one another in fun, creative ways,” said Mark Hardy, Viber’s CMO. “To maintain this spirit of originality, we’re always on the lookout for cool new characters to add to our collection, and we’re thrilled to welcome the Despicable Me franchise to the Viber family.”

The Despicable Me Sticker Pack is available to download now from Viber for SG$ 2.58.

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About Viber:

Viber is a pioneering mobile messaging, voice and video service. Viber lets everyone in the world connect. Freely. Users can send free text messages, fun stickers, photos, videos and doodles, share locations anywhere in the world, make free HD-quality phone and video calls and communicate with Push-To-Talk. With Viber Out, users can make low-cost calls to any phone number around the world. Viber is available for iPhone®, Android™ phones and tablets, Windows Phone, BlackBerry®, Blackberry® 10, Windows®, Windows 8®, Mac, Linux, Symbian, Nokia S40 and Bada devices over 3G/4G or WiFi connections. With over 400 million unique users and 608 million registered users in 193 countries, Viber is constantly innovating by introducing new platforms and adding fun new features. Viber is a Rakuten Group company.

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