Karachi: Microsoft Lumia fans across Pakistan can now book all sorts of tickets with BookMe Premium. The ultimate ticket booking app, has now arrived on the Windows Phone Store and enables people book movie tickets, bus tickets and more on the go.
With BookMe Premium, people can browse through different movies playing on various cinemas and book tickets directly from the app. Moreover, people can choose the best viewing seats and place the booking from within the app. The cinema ticket booking feature is available in Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Islamabad and will be extended to other cities in the future.
BookMe Premium also gives inter-city travelers the convenience of booking bus seats from their Lumia smartphones. Now people can travel to any city in Pakistan by booking their favorite seats on inter-city bus services like Daewoo Express, Bilal Travels, Faisal Movers, Skyways and what not. The app also gives an overview of all the events taking place in three major cities.
Commenting about the app, Muhammad Kamran Khan, country general manager, Microsoft Mobile Devices and Services Pakistan said: “Our innovative products and services enrich the lives of many every day. We believe in enabling people to do more on the go, with their Lumia smartphones, thus enhancing the Lumia experience to deliver excitement with ease. Now people can book tickets for their favorite movies, choose their favorite seats and travel around the country with convenience with the BookMe Premium app.”
Speaking about Microsoft and BookMe collaboration, Faizan Aslam, CEO, BookMe Inc. said: “Lumia devices have a highly evolving app store and BookMe Premium is another innovative addition to the line-up. Our partnership with MMDS Pakistan is a testament to the fact that we are looking to reach out to as many people as possible. The growing popularity of the Windows Phone ecosystem is one of the reasons why we chose to launch our application on this platform. I also thank MIC Lahore for the assistance in app development and PlanX for their continuous support.”