China’s Tencent messaging app may no longer be free: government official

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Users of Tencent Holdings’ hugely popular mobile chatting application may have to pay fees in future to satisfy China’s three mobile telecom operators, Chinese media quoted a government official as saying on Sunday. Tencent’s Weixin, or WeChat, chatting application (app) is currently free and has more than 300 million users. The app is positioned as the next bright revenue spot for Tencent. …
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