Vopium is offering unlimited Free SMS to 19 Asian countries including Pakistan.
This limited time promotion will allow Vopium users to send unlimited and Free SMS to over 2.5 billion population in Asia. However, you must have SMS package activated on your account, which may charge you Vopium’s regular fee.
Offer is valid till January 1st, 2011.
Vopium users can either use this services by installing Vopium application on their mobile phones or through web by visiting vopium website.
Vopium application for mobile phones works via Wi-Fi and from your PC, as well as from the mobile network via GPRS. It must be noted that there may be data for GPRS usage, according to your subscription.
Click here to start sending SMS now: vopium.com/free-sms-to-asia.
Everyone can send Free SMS to the following countries;
Vopium is a VoIP provider company that offers free downloadable app for mobile phones that enables users to save upto 90% on international call rates and SMS.
Google is easing our lives, this time by embedding a phone dialer in your Gmail. Earlier it was told that phone feature is only for people in US and Canada, however, phone dialer is appearing in all countries for now.
Google said that calls to the U.S. and Canada will be free for at least the rest of the year and calls to other countries will be billed at very nominal rates.
Kick going by simply installing the voice and video plug-in and you are done!
P.S. Calls made to US from Pakistan are not getting through, at the moment at least.
Note: Using VoIP in Pakistan without license is not entirely legal.
Wi-tribe today launched its social media bar, probably the best available tool bar for internet browsers to ease users’ experience for exploring their favorite websites.
wi-tribe Social Media bar offers one click browsing to all major social and bookmarking websites, along with, it offers search results, weather updates, email alerts and that is not it – with wi-tribe social media bar you can add virtually any application through app marketplace.
In an attack launched by Pakistani rivals A group called “ICA” successfully access some 130 Pakistani websites.
Hackers didn’t deface these websites, instead just inserted one file “ICA.html” into root folders
Reportedly this hack was launched yesterday when one server hosted at Brain Net premises (126.96.36.199) got compromised by alleged hackers.
When tried to contact Brain Net at numbers given on its website, but phone said “Ap ka Matlooba Number Tabdeel Ho giya hay”
There was no major website in the list – while most of the websites belong to local colleges, Universities and businesses.
Zong brings a new service for sending free sms on net Zong number just put your nick name and Recipient Mobile No type message and send it its so easy and free of cost.
Below is the link for sendind Free Web to sms