Whatsapp succumbs to users pressure, withdraws annual charges

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Published on 19 Dec 2016 4:03 AM GMT

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Lucknow. In what can be called as good news for ‘Whatsapp’ users, the world’s most popular messenger service Whatsapp has removed the annual subscription charges.

While mentioning the free subscription news in their blog they wrote that reaching out to many WhatsApp users without a debit or credit card across countries was also the motive behind this move.

About a billion people rely on Whatsapp for its messaging service in which they share images, videos and do texting as well, the application will now be available for free.

Earlier Whatspp user had to pay $ 1 annually as its subscription fees after using it for a year.

"For many years, we have asked some people to pay a fee for using WhatsApp after their first year. As we have grown, we have found that this approach hasn't worked well", mentioned Whatsapp blog.

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