WeChat has introduced a new service for its users, offering a cheap and easy way to create an online WeChat identity.
The company announced the service in a blog post on Friday, and said users could create a free account for a limited period of time.
This means users will only have to log into the service once per day and will have to pay $10 per month.
The service will be free for new accounts, with a limit of five users per account.
This is in contrast to the free account model offered by WhatsApp, which requires users to register every month to access the service.
Users will be able to create as many WeChat accounts as they like, although the service will only allow a limited number of accounts to be created.
The platform has a separate website for creating accounts, which will also allow users to create a Wechat account.
Users can also create a private WeChat profile, which has no associated email address.
The new service is only available in the Chinese language, but we will be sure to report back if the service gets any other countries added.
The new service will allow users who do not speak Chinese to create accounts with their friends in China and abroad.
WeChat users will also be able add a photo to their profile and upload photos of their pets, and users will be offered a variety of payment options for their accounts.
It is unclear whether the service is limited to the Chinese-language language or whether the platform will expand to other languages.
WeChat will also offer its users the option to set a price for their account, as opposed to the traditional $10 fee.
We will be updating the blog post with any further information on the service, which can be found below.