China’s Tencent says fees for mobile chatting app unlikely:

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    Tencent headquarters is seen at Nanshan Hi-Tech Industrial Park in ShenzhenBEIJING (Reuters) – Tencent Holdings is unlikely to charge any fees for the use of its popular mobile chatting application, its chief executive was quoted as saying, after a cabinet minister caused an uproar by saying users might have to pay fees in future. Tencent's Weixin, or WeChat, app is currently free and has attracted more than 300 million users. State-owned China National Radio on Sunday quoted Tencent CEO Liu Chiping as saying at a forum in south China that his company was unlikely to charge users any fees because they already pay for Internet access. …


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