WhatsApp’s paid subscription service is reportedly launching in beta for enterprise users

Chat and phone service in real time The premium version of WhatsApp has not yet officially debuted, but beta testers can access it today.

Those who are part of WhatsApp’s beta program, as reported by WABetaInfo, are the only ones who have access to the premium menu.

According to the rumor mill, the premium membership will be geared toward enterprises, making the majority of the expensive services less than appealing to the typical user.

According to reports, premium users can alter the URL to their WhatsApp contact list once every three months.

The service is meant to save clients time by eliminating the need to look up a phone number. When communicating with others, Telegram users can do the same thing by sending them a link to their contact information.

In addition, up to 10 devices can be linked to the same account using the premium edition of the app. In this way, all of the company’s employees can link up and handle the business’s account with ease. In the end, a user can have a video chat with up to 32 other people.

Since this feature is currently in beta, neither the cost nor the release date of the new subscription service has been made public by WhatsApp.

Meanwhile, WhatsApp’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg has revealed that the app would soon have a Call Links function, allowing users to generate a link within the app and share it with contacts. Similar to URLs for Google Meet or Microsoft Teams calls, they may simply click the link and join the call with a single tap. Concurrently, the firm declared that it has begun piloting 32-person group video calls. We’ll be dishing the gory details of the new feature very shortly.

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