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Have a vibe-beer with Viber sticker pack

UP for #MahabahabangInuman tonight?

Get the craziness of a Sabado night hang-out with your tropa started on Viber with San Miguel Beer’s new sticker pack featuring Vic Sotto, Ina Raymundo, Tom Rodriguez, Yassi Pressman, Joseph Marco, JuneMar Fajardo, and Curtissmith. Whether you want to amp up the fun, engage in frank real-talk, or simply celebrate #ThirstyThursday (or any day of the week, for that matter) these Viber stickers will be sure to bond your barkada kapag mahaba pa ang gabi.

SMB-Vic Sotto

Got a friend who needs advice about his girl? Get Bossing’s help and make him you’ve got his back. 

Get girls’ attention by embodying smooth and swabe (even if you don’t have six-pack abs) simply by sending a Tom Rodriguez or Joseph Marco sticker. 

SMB-Ina Raymundo

Bring all the boys to the yard by turning on the charm with the sweet Yassi Pressman or turning up the heat with the smokin’ Ina Raymundo. 

Let your bros feel your support and appreciation with Curtismith and JuneMar Fajardo. 

SMB-JuneMar Fajardo

Enjoy a virtual #MahahabangInuman by downloading the San Miguel sticker pack on Viber. Download the latest version of the app on Android and iOS. Follow viber.com/ViberPH to learn about the coolest stickers and updates. 

Our 800 million users worldwide get access to a range of features like one-on-one chats, video calls, groups messaging or updates and discussions with their favorite brands and celebrities. We ensure our users a secure and free environment to share their emotions.

SMB-Tom Rodriguez

Viber is part of the Rakuten Group, a world leader in e-commerce and financial services.

Join Viber today and enjoy the world’s best communication experience.

For further inquires, contact us at [email protected]

Topics: Viber sticker pack , San Miguel Beer
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