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Whats App is ditching its annual 69p subscription fee in favour of a new business model, founder Jan Koum has confirmed.The Whats App creator made the announcement this morning at the Digital-Life-Design Conference in Munich.Publish the first two pages of your website immediately with your business and contact information: while you're designing your website, Home Page lets you take advantage of your domain right away.According to ICANN regulations, each time a new domain name is registered, your personal data and contact information is collected and stored in an online database called the public WHOIS.Don't let anyone transfer your name without your authorization.Set up a free Domain Name Lock feature from your Control Panel and protect your domain name from unwanted data changes or transfers.Visitors will be required to register to view any content or access the video chat.Each content piece on your website (blog posts with text and video, pages, entire categories & tags) can be linked to a level (0-4).
Mr Koum admitted they have not settled on a final plan yet, but as it stands, it appears Whats App will charge multi-national companies to conduct customer service chats and calls via Whats App.Whats App is free to download on Android, i Phone, Black Berry, Nokia and Windows 10 Mobile and lets users send text, video and audio around the world using a wifi or mobile data connection.The hugely popular app, which now boasts a staggering 900 million users across the globe, charges users a yearly 69p subscription to keep the messenger ad-free. Founder Mr Koum said the subscription model “really doesn’t work for some people” and that other cross-platform messaging apps, like Facebook Messenger, are completely free to use.*Prices shown are only valid for the first year registration and does not apply to renewals and transfers.All our offers are subject to restrictions, read all conditions and deadlines.