A grocery service was launched in Thailand sometimes in February this year by Line. If you are not aware, Line is the messaging app from Japan. This time around, Line has added a new gift shop for offline products. The service is one of the compan y’s largest markets with more than 30 million registered users, and it was originally available in Thailand.
Line messenger App Company has initiated loads of services in Thailand — such as a YouTube-like app and a $2 music streaming service — as it seeks to take advantage of its popularity in the country and make revenue.
The growth of Line user has flattened this year and it is therefore necessary to look for ways to monetize users in its biggest markets— Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan and Japan embody two-thirds of its 212 million monthly active user base.
Line messaging app users can send each other digital goods, such as stickers before now, but this latest gift shop is all about physical, offline products. The initial partners of Line are SF Cinema, Asia Books, 7-Eleven and others – as a result, you can send your friends cinema tickets, breakfast, coffee and lots more.
This service that is powered by Line Pay is pretty simple to use if you are set up on the mobile payment service of the company.
Tango laid off some of its employees recently as a result of fruitless venture into e-commerce. However, the gift shop procurements of Line are so cheap that the key objective of the project is attracting users to sign up for Line Pay.
Line conquers a major obstacle that could lead to making use of Line Pay for larger and more regular purchases by the users, by adding their cards to the service, instead of just bringing in small sums that are heavily discounted.
This gift shop from Line Messaging app is a new development for sending real-world goods to friends, anytime and anywhere all over the world! It is worthy of giving a trial to see how it works.