Earthquake-hit Sichuan China Uses WeChat to Communicate

It was reported by Bloomberg that Chinese in the earthquake-hit province of Sichuan resorted to instant-messaging apps including WeChat to communicate with family and friends, as overloaded voice networks prevented calls from connecting.

Apparently the voice cellular networks had been overloaded.

WeChat had been aggressive in terms of marketing in Malaysia. On Jan 8,2013 the company embarked on strategy to advertise on Malaysian TV Networks to acquire untapped market. February 03, 2013, WeChat announced that it will maintain as free service and that its adoption has received 300 million user accounts globally. On Apr 12, 2013, WeChat announced strategy to penetrate Malaysian market further.

Earthquake-hit victims couldn't use Facebook anymore. WeChat provides a feature known as Moments which allows users to post photos to the wall sorted by date and time.


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