WhatsApp's paid subscription service is said to be running in beta for business users

WhatsApp's paid subscription service is said to be running in beta for business users ...

WhatsApp''s instant messaging and calling service has not been officially launched, but it is now available to beta users.

According to a WABetaInfo report, only WhatsApp beta program members have access to the Premium menu, where all of the additional features are included.

The premium subscription will be tailored to businesses according to the forecast, indicating that most of the paid features will not be particularly beneficial for the average user.

The premium account reportedly allows users to have a customisable contact link to their WhatsApp, which they may modify once every three months.

It is supposed to be a simple way for customers to locate a certain business rather than typing in a phone number. Telegram also has a similar feature where users can share a direct contact link.

Up to 10 devices simultaneously connected to the same account will be able to connect and manage the business account. Lastly, users may make a video call with up to 32 participants.

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Since the functionality is still in beta, WhatsApp hasn''t issued an official statement or announcement, so the pricing or the launch date of the new subscription service is not yet known.

WhatsApp has announced that it will allow users to create a link and share it with friends and family via the app. In just one tap, users can also click the link and join a call in just one tap similar to links for Google Meet or Microsoft Teams calls across platforms. Despite this, the company has also begun testing group video calls for up to 32 participants. The details of the program will be released soon.