Search This Website

Saturday, October 24, 2020

WhatsApp users will now have to pay for this service, the service is not available for free

WhatsApp users will now have to pay for this service, the service is not available for free

WhatsApp, a very popular chatting app around the world, announced in a blog post on Thursday that it will start charging for some of its services.

New Delhi: WhatsApp, the world's most widely used chatting app, on Thursday posted a blog saying it would start charging companies for its business services. WhatsApp currently has more than 50 million business users. However, WhatsApp has not yet disclosed how much it will charge for this. It is worth mentioning that WhatsApp Business Account service was launched for Android users from WhatsApp.

ALSO READ :- October 25 Horoscope: Planetary conditions on Sunday afternoon may bear some fruit, the mind will be disappointed not to be completed on time

Information provided by blog post from WhatsApp

WhatsApp has announced a pay-to-message option for its 50 million business users. "We are beginning to charge for certain services offered to business customers, allowing us to offer end-to-end encrypted text, video and voice calling to over two billion customers," the company said in a statement.

WhatsApp has created a separate application called WhatsApp Business for users doing business. This is a market where people can do business through chat. This platform will get a new feature of quick direct purchase. WhatsApp believes that this feature will help small businesses to set up their own business. The company has started informing business users about this new feature.

ALSO READ :-  Fatherhood embarrassed: 13-year-old widower abuses his minor daughter

The data will be shared on Facebook

The company has said that in a special case their data will be shared on Facebook for awareness of both business and customer. Also, you will have to pay extra for the Facebook hosting solution. The Facebook hosting service offered to WhatsApp users will be end-to-end encrypted. 


This means that no one else can see the message between business customers. "We've been thinking a lot about this," the company said. We will maintain full transparency in the business conducted here.

No comments:

Post a Comment