WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging app for the smartphones today. It almost killed the traditional SMS and had already caused a serious dent in the SMS revenue of mobile companies. The app is available on all the platforms. The company has a good news in store for Indians; it won’t be charging any sum for renewal of subscription of services.
Vice President of WhatsApp, Neeraj Arora, said that the company understands the low concentration of credit cards in the country, and paying for a service won’t be an option for many. The company usually charges $1 every year to renew the subscription, which is a fairly cheap price. But for Indians, WhatsApp said the magic word Read More on Phone-Probe