FaceBook’s newly acquired WhatsApp is to have voice calling capabilities by the summer. CEO Jan Koum revealed that the much-requested feature will arrive before the summer, at a press event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Jan Koum went on to say:
The messaging service, will go head to head with BBM, Line and other big name rivals that already have voice calling functionality.
WhatsApp’s Android, iPhone and iPad apps will get the new feature first, with “some Nokia and BlackBerry phones” getting an upgrade at a later date. Whether the new service will be free or a paid extra we wait to find out.
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