Japan mobile messaging service has some big plansLine Corporation, operator of the most popular mobile messaging application in Japan, plans to double its users to more than one billion by next year.
The company aims to have 500 million to 600 million users by the end of this year, CEO Akira Morikawa told a conference in Tokyo yesterday. Line, which is controlled by Korea’s Naver Corporation, had 400 million subscribers as of April 1.
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