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Big news for WhatsApp users, now money will have to be paid to make calls!

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WhatsApp is a messaging app that is easy to use and very convenient. With the help of WhatsApp, if you want to send a picture, send a document, or send a location to someone, then all these things are done easily.

With the help of WhatsApp, you can talk with any person sitting far away, even you can do face-to-face video calling with the help of WhatsApp. WhatsApp is a very easy app to run, so it is used more than other social media apps.

Seeing the increasing popularity of WhatsApp, the company also keeps bringing new updates to it. Now with the help of WhatsApp, the facility of sending money has also been made available. Although till now you only need to recharge the net to use WhatsApp.

Apart from this, you do not have to pay any other fees, but now there is news that WhatsApp will not be free soon. You may have to pay charges for this.

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There is news that now you may have to pay for calling on WhatsApp. Tell me, calling is free on WhatsApp, in such a situation, instead of recharging their mobile, people save their recharge plan by calling each other from WhatsApp itself, due to which telecom companies are facing losses. However, to end this problem of telecom companies, WhatsApp can give shock its users. Also Read: Elon Musk | Anyone can shoot me, can never roam in an open car

No details have been revealed about when WhatsApp will charge for calling. It is also being said that apart from WhatsApp, such rules can also be applicable to Google Duo, Instagram, Facebook Messenger, Signal, and Telegram. In a way, telecom companies will get relief from this. So on the other hand, WhatsApp users and the common man will be in for a shock.

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