People in India use millions of crores of social networking apps, WhatsApp, so this news can frustrate them. Because the Wall Street Journal has printed a report in which information related to it that Watson will charge a charge from his own users.
A blog post in WhatsAppApps has been written that she will now be testing some of the new features, which will make it easier for people to communicate with companies when they also arrive at Whatsapp. The blog post further states, “We are testing new machines by offering free Whatsapp business apps to small companies and preparing them for big companies such as airlines, e-commerce sites and banks, which are available to customers from this platform. Will be able to communicate with the larger base. ‘
Whatsapp has launched a pilot program in which a green badge will appear next to the name of a business contact, which will show that Whatsapp has validated the said business service. The chief operating officer of the company, Mad Idema, has admitted in an interview to the Wall Street Journal that going forward, they will take money from the companies for this service. News Agency Reuters had reported in March that WhatsApp has been preparing to take money from companies in exchange for making customers.