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Mar 24, 2022 08:11 PM
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DingTalk Launches Paid Versions as Alibaba’s Growth Dwindles

Since launching in 2015, DingTalk’s free version has provided services including messaging, workflow management, videoconferencing and email. Photo: VCG
Since launching in 2015, DingTalk’s free version has provided services including messaging, workflow management, videoconferencing and email. Photo: VCG

Alibaba’s workplace collaboration platform DingTalk is following its biggest rival by launching paid versions, after the parent group reported its slowest growth on record.

The company will roll out three versions, DingTalk’s President Ye Jun explained at a Tuesday event. Corporate users will be told to pay 9,800 yuan ($1,530) a year for a version of the platform including corporate digital asset storage services, and a version which will offer more customized services will start at 100,000 yuan per year, according to Ye.

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