LINE Releases ‘Pray for Nepal’ Charity Stickers to Aid Victims of Nepal Earthquake

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NEW DELHI: A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck central Nepal on April 25, 2015, resulting in widespread destruction across the capital of Kathmandu to regions beyond. LINE would like to extend its deepest sympathies and prayers to the victims of this disaster and their loved ones.

To share our support, LINE has released a set of charity stickers ‘Pray for Nepal‘ around the world. All proceeds from the sticker sales, after deducting service charges, will be donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society’s relief fund for the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The fund will be used for relief activities in the affected areas of Nepal.

Pray for Nepal stickers will be available for purchase from today until May 31 through the in-app Sticker Shop and LINE STORE (https://store.line.me) for USD 0.99 or 50 LINE Coins.

LINE, the world’s leading mobile platform, offers free text and voice messaging, voice calling and group chat with up to 200 people, integrated with various interactive elements such as Stickers, Timeline and Official Accounts. Since its release in June 2011, the cross-platform mobile messenger has been releasing a series of add-on apps that range from games to an anti-virus app.

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