The new version will be perfect for those who use WhatsApp Business, which is aimed at business owners who are looking for messenger functionality.
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The company responsible for WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram and Meta has announced that it will soon launch a paid version of its instant messaging app. In short, this is WhatsApp Premium. So far, the app has not been officially launched. However, there is already some information about its operation. But after all, is there a date when the app will start charging for its use? Find out below.
Do you already have a date for WhatsApp to start charging for using the app?
no. There is currently no date for the application to start working. However, in the paid version of WhatsApp, the user will be able to create links with the name of the company in the URL, in addition to having up to 10 devices associated with the account. As for the trustee, since it has not yet been released, it is not known how much it will have to be paid for.
Overall, the new version will be perfect for those who use WhatsApp Business, which is aimed at business owners who are looking for messaging functionality to boost their business sales. That is, WhatsApp Business focuses on business owners and MEIs, who use the app to chat with customers and close sales.
Services currently available include:
- Calculation with adjustable registration of landline numbers;
- Business Profile option. Contains implementation links, address and other additional information;
- In addition, it is possible to use up to 4 devices at the same time;
- Finally, the messaging tool is dedicated to businesses.
The charges on WhatsApp have not started and there are already many fake news about it. Among them, a rumor spread in the application can be mentioned: “Confirmed… Free messages will expire tomorrow, they will start charging WhatsApp at 0.37 cents. Resend this message to 3+ groups, and it will be free for life. Pay attention to the ball, because it will turn green, do it and see. I sent it.” Already “.
However, according to information from TechTudo, WhatsApp advice denied that the message was genuine. Additionally, it advised users not to pay a dime to send any messages. This is said because the app only uses the device’s internet connection to send and receive content.
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