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WhatsApp services to remain free in India

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WhatsApp services to remain free in India


New Delhi: Mobile messenger service WhatsApp users in India will not be charged for subscribing to the app after completion of one year which is common in other countries.

After using WhatsApp for a year, the customers otherwise have to pay $1 as annual subscription charge. However owing to less penetration of credit-card services in India, the company has decided to keep its services free, its business head Neeraj Arora has said.

WhatsApp's user base base in India has grown to 70 million active-users, which is over a 10th of its global users.

The total user-base for the company, which was bought by Facebook in a blockbuster USD 19-billion deal earlier this year, is 600 million.

With over a 10th of the users from the country, India is one of the biggest markets for WhatsApp.


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