WeChat Promises to Remain Free for All Mobile Platform

The leading mobile messaging application developed by Tencent - WECHAT today reiterated that the application will remain free of charge in response to the recent comments which have gained traction amongst mobile users – WhatsApp is monetizing its application from its subscription and renewal fee. As part of the commitment to its users, WeChat has promised to remain free forever from implementing charges on its users.

WeChat would like to invite users to join its fast-growing global community of over 300 million user accounts in experiencing a robust mobile messaging platform that is free from subscription, while continuing to provide the best in mobile experience for its users with its free plug-ins across all major mobile platforms including iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian and Windows Phone. For WhatsApp iPhone users, they will need to folk out one-time charge when they first download the application; whereas for all other platforms, WhatsApp is free to download and try for the first year, after which a fee of $0.99 USD will be charged for an additional year of service.

“At WeChat, we are adamant on providing the best mobile experience for our users and it is our promise that WeChat will continue to always innovate without charging our users a single cent.” said Mr. Louis Song, Country Manager for Malaysia and Singapore in Tencent’s International Business Group.

“WeChat users can be assured that they will continue to be able to chat with their friends through private or group-based conversations, use our unique features such as our own micro-blogging social network platform – Moments or even download special emoticons – all of which we will strive to continue to innovate for our users for free!” commented Song.

WeChat is a mobile application that offers free and unlimited communication across different operating systems around the globe, in up to 17 different languages. With its additional fun features such as Shake, Look Around and Drift Bottle, WeChat in working towards being the fovourite free extension to its users’ social life and the preferred interaction platform for businesses and brands.

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