WeChat Offers Users Free Recharge up to Rs. 60 for Sharing Stickers

 
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WeChat Offers Users Free Recharge up to Rs. 60 for Sharing Stickers

WeChat on Wednesday introduced a new offer called 'Friends n Rewards' for Indian users who can now earn free talk time recharges of up to Rs. 60.

To qualify for the offer, WeChat app users need to send friends WeChat stickers daily in a group chat with a minimum of three friends. The Friends n Rewards offer is valid from August 4 to August 13.

Users need to send stickers on all 10 days to win the entire Rs. 60 recharge, which can be redeemed between August 14 to August 20. The offer is valid only for Android, iOS, Windows Phone 8 and Blackberry users of WeChat. Notably, to be eligible to win free recharge, a minimum of 3 days of activity is mandatory. WeChat app users can log on to the 'WeChat Team official account' for more information, or visit the company's blog post on Tumblr.

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"To make this Friendship Day and Raksha Bandhan season extra special for its users, WeChat has introduced "Friends n Rewards" Initiative, allowing users to win a free recharge up to Rs. 60, just by expressing their love with their friend and family groups on WeChat," said company.

(Also see: WeChat Offers 1GB of Free Cloud Storage to Users)

Recently, the social networking and instant messaging app made its message translation available for its Android users. To use the translate message feature, users need to long-press a message and then tap the arrow icon on the right-hand side to activate the tool, just like the WeChat app for iOS devices. The feature was originally rolled out to iOS users in May.

Other than the message translation feature, the WeChat app for Android also got a new password protect feature for group chats, the ability to tag favourite messages for faster searches, and the ability to select multiple messages and add them to Favourites.

(Also see: Personally Tech With WeChat India Head Nilay Arora)

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