It’s been about a year since South Korea’s KakaoTalk entered Indonesia and went on a marketing blitz. The messaging app revealed today that it now has 15 million registered users in Indonesia.
The company also revealed that it recorded 320 percent growth from its iOS user-base in Indonesia last month. KakaoTalk’s weekday deals on various items like burgers, movies, and drinks might play some part in that user boost.
According to data from Nielsen, KakaoTalk falls behind the other messaging apps like BBM, WhatsApp, Line, and WeChat in Indonesia.