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25+ Free QQ Accounts

Message others instantly using QQ, a messaging app developed by Tencent.

Play online games, listen to music, shop for goods, watch movies, and more.

Since its release in 1999 as OICQ, QQ has over 560 million monthly active users.

The company’s name was changed to QQ due to a lawsuit threat by ICQ.

Before other features were added, the app was initially launched as a communications service.

This article contains a list of free QQ accounts with email addresses, passwords, and membership subscriptions.

Is QQ free?

QQ is free but it has in-app purchases like membership subscriptions.

QQ has a membership subscription called “Diamond” level membership.

It has a few schemes—Red, Yellow, Blue, Purple, Pink, Green, VIP, and Black.

Red includes a colored account name, Yellow has extra storage, and Blue has special QQ game abilities.

Purple also has special QQ game abilities, Pink has different boosts for QQ Pet, and Green includes QQ Music.

VIP has extra chat functions while Black has benefits related to DNF.

How to get a QQ membership for free

To get a QQ membership for free, you can join survey platforms like Survey Junkie.

These websites offer surveys for you to complete for rewards like PayPal cash.

1. Survey Junkie

With Survey Junkie, you can exchange your earned cash rewards for a QQ membership.

Trustpilot has recorded over 40,000 reviews of the platform, with an average rating of 4.3 stars.

Sign up for free on Survey Junkie, fill out your profile, and confirm your email address to start earning.

Doing various surveys and sharing your opinions will reward you with gift cards or cash.

2. Inbox Dollars

Inbox Dollars allows you to take paid online surveys to earn up to $5 each.

Play Games like Outspell, Candy Jam, and Mahjong Solitaire to get rewarded.

Earn cashback for shopping, and discounts from top brands, and get paid to read emails.

You’ll get a free $5 bonus when you sign up for an account now.

3. MyPoints

MyPoints is a fun way to earn gift card rewards and cash prizes.

Earn up to 20 points and cashback on online shopping and groceries.

By sharing your views, you’ll earn up to 2,200 points per survey.

Get rewarded for completing daily challenges and playing mobile games, trivia, puzzles, and more.

How to create a QQ account

To create a QQ account, go to https://ssl.zc.qq.com/v3/index-en.html.

On the website, enter your nickname and create a password.

Enter your phone number, complete the verification, and send the code.

Enter the code that’s sent to your phone number, agree to the terms, and select “Sign up now”.

Free QQ accounts


The table above includes a limited number of QQ accounts, so you need to log in before someone else.

Most of the accounts are created with temporary email addresses and phone numbers.

If you can’t log in to an account, the password might be changed by someone else.

Otherwise, the account is deleted, or banned, or you’ve entered an incorrect password.

If an account does not have a premium subscription, it might be expired or not automatically renewed.

If that’s the case, you can try to log in to another account and see if it has a premium subscription.

More QQ accounts will be added in the future, so you can bookmark the page and check back later.

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Lim How Wei

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