WhatsApp Launches Paid Subscription for Businesses in 2023
Only beta users have access to WhatsApp’s premium subscription service, which hasn’t yet made an official debut. This indicates that the Premium menu, which contains all premium features, is only accessible to participants in the WhatsApp beta programme.
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The majority of the premium features won’t be very useful for the regular user because, according to WABetainfo, the premium subscription will be designed with corporations in mind.
A personalised contact link to your WhatsApp is reportedly provided by the premium account and can be modified once every three months. Instead of entering in a phone number, it should be simpler for customers to find a certain company. Users of Telegram can exchange a direct contact link with others using a function similar to this one.
Up to 10 devices may be connected to the same account simultaneously in the app’s commercial edition. Employees can connect and control the business account in this manner. And finally, you can hold a video call with up to 32 people.
We don’t know the cost or the debut date of the new subscription service because WhatsApp hasn’t released an official statement or announcement while the capability is still in development.
People who have used WhatsApp for a while may recall that there was, at least initially, a small price associated with its activation. In fact, until January 17, 2016, following a one-year trial period, users of WhatsApp on Android (and other platforms) had to pay 0.89 cents per use.
You can also activate a 3-year subscription for 2.40 euros, or a 5-year-old for 3.34 euros. On the other hand, activation for Apple customers just required a one-time payment of 1 euro. After that time, though, anyone could use the programme for free.
The situation is likely to alter once more, though, as WhatsApp will shortly roll out additional payment features. We’ll see what they are and how they affect how the programme is used in the lines that follow.
WhatsApp has announced yet another significant shift with the introduction of new updates covering several functionalities. In fact, a few days ago, a statement that made the launch of WhatsApp Premium official appeared on the official blog.