LINE ‘Pray for the Philippines’ sticker set sold for Haiyan victims

Stacy De Jesus

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Brown, Cony, Sally and Leonard are in a serious mood – encouraging users to pray for the Philippines
 

MANILA, Philippines – A week after Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) battered central Philippines, LINE released on Friday, November 15, a special edition set of stickers.

All avid LINE users know them as the crazy sticker characters from the free messaging app, but in this set, Brown, Cony, Sally and Leonard are in a serious mood encouraging users to pray for the country.

This special sticker set is free for users in the Philippines to allow people to express their feelings to their loved ones in a unique way, said LINE via their official Facebook page 

It is also available globally but is priced at $0.99, instead of the regular price of $1.99. Purchasing will mean donating to the Philippine Red Cross. 

In addition to this global effort, LINE Philippines is planning on a various fundrasing campaigns locally to support the community.  

Currently, the LINE app supports almost all mobile devices except PHS devices– Rappler.com

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