Burst! WeChat officially stopped serving in India!
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Indian technology media Entrackr reported that on July 25, WeChat officially restricted its users in India from sending and receiving messages.
WeChat stated in a notice to users, “According to Indian law, we are currently unable to provide WeChat services to you. We value every user, and data security and privacy are the most important to us. We are in contact with relevant departments, I hope that services can be restored in the future.”
Indian technology media Entrackr reported that WeChat officially stopped its services in India.
Indian users are unable to log in to WeChat accounts: “According to Indian law, we are currently unable to provide you with WeChat services. We value every user. Data security and privacy are the most important to us. We are in contact with relevant departments and hope Services can be restored in the future.”
At present, a large number of Indian users have responded to this situation on Twitter. They said that after opening WeChat, their WeChat account was forced to log out, and then they could no longer log in, even with VPN login.
Indian users tweeted: Prime Ministers and Ministers, what do you want to do? Before banning WeChat, I don’t want to think about it. It is not only an entertainment tool, but also an important business tool. Do you know how many Indian companies will be severely affected by this?
Indian user tweeted: Dear WeChat team, I am an Indian user. Due to Indian law, I can’t use WeChat now, but I need WeChat very much. When can I get back to normal?
Someone replied: What can we do? I want WeChat to come back.
It is understood that the affected WeChat users basically register through India’s local mobile phone number. If they register with a Chinese mobile phone number, they will not be affected.
On the evening of June 29, the Indian government suddenly announced the prohibition of 59 “Chinese apps” including TikTok, WeChat, Weibo, QQ mailbox, UC browser, etc. in India. The reason is These apps will endanger India’s “sovereign integrity, national security and public order”.
As soon as the news came out, many Indian customers exchanged WhatsApp, email and other contact information with Chinese suppliers, just in case. Now, in case it comes.
In terms of other apps, as early as July, Indian netizens discovered that TikTok, the overseas version of Douyin, could no longer be used in India. After the app was opened, it displayed “No Internet Connection”, which means that ISPs have begun to prevent users from accessing TikTok. According to Indian media reports, TikTok and others cannot continue to operate in India, because most Internet service providers including Airtel and Vodafone seem to have blocked the use of the application.
UC Browser, which has 130 million users in India, has also abolished the Indian team. In addition, QQ mailboxes are no longer available in India.
According to a report by the Hindustan Times on July 24, officials familiar with the situation revealed that the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India has decided to ban another batch of apps from being used in India. Most of these apps have a Chinese background. These applications include Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, Bigo Lite and VFY Lite. According to its introduction, these apps have been removed from the Google App Store and Apple App Store.
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