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Easibook Launches Its First Web Mobile Application

Oct 13 2013, 3:12am CDT | by PR.com

Butterworth, Malaysia, October 13, 2013 --(PR.com )-- Easibook launches its first web mobile application in the market. Now, booking bus tickets is made even easier as it could be done using...

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Easibook Launches Its First Web Mobile Application

Oct 13 2013, 3:12am CDT | by PR.com

Butterworth, Malaysia, October 13, 2013 --(PR.com )-- Easibook launches its first web mobile application in the market. Now, booking bus tickets is made even easier as it could be done using Easibook apps. This allows people book bus tickets in Singapore and Malaysia anywhere and anytime using their portable devices as the app is generally accessible through mobile and web.

Easibook will also be offering 5% off on any of the bus tickets purchased through Easibook apps until the end of October 2013. It also offers purchasers a chance to win a free Singapore 4D Adventure ride pass. The company's first web mobile application known as Easibook App is now available at Apple iOS, Android, Chrome Web Store and Windows 8 platform. This provides all customers and smartphone users a chance to buy their bus tickets easily without any hassle.

Easibook web mobile application is primarily designed to make booking bus tickets more convenient and easier for all travelers, most especially for those who have never been in the place and are always using their mobile devices instead of their laptops and computers in accessing the internet. The new Easibook app targets to help all travelers have a convenient experience of booking bus tickets online.

With the use of the new app, travelers can book express bus tickets and luxurious coaches from Singapore to Malaysia to and fro Malaysia as well as Thailand, Sabah, Sarawak and Indonesia. Easibook has been long servicing clients since 2005 with its convenient online booking services. The booking system has been one of the largest integrated coach and bus tickets place in Malaysia and Singapore.

With around 1000 destinations and over 5500 bus departure trips per day in Singapore and Malaysia, traveling across places has never been made easy without the help of online booking. The new web mobile app from Easibook provides more convenience to all travelers who have their mobile devices in booking bus tickets.

Easibook continues to serve clients with quality services with its newly launched apps. The company helps customers save trouble for having to go to bus ticket booth location just for them to have their tickets for their travel. It also helps customers have a convenient online booking with their one-stop portal for all customers' travelling needs.

To know more about Easibook new web mobile application, visit the site http://www.easibook.com/apps.aspx. For inquiries, email Easibook customer representatives at enquiry@easibook.com.

Contact Information:
Easibook.com Pte Ltd
William Lee
6043327718
Contact via Email
http://www.easibook.com/
6489, Jalan Raja Uda

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