WhatsApp Business Is Trying Out a Subscription Plan; Here’s How It Works!

Even after delivering a slew of new features, such as Communities, emoji reactions, and more, WhatsApp is likely to add a few more. Now, it looks that the messaging behemoth intends to add some new features to its Business app as well, with recent material pointing to a subscription model. The following are the specifics on how this will function.

WhatsApp Business to Get a Subscription Plan

WhatsApp is revising the “Linked Device” area for a subscription plan for its Business app, according to WABetaInfo, a one-stop tracker of WhatsApp features.

The expanded capacity to connect up to 10 devices will be the primary benefit of the subscription plan. At the moment, the main WhatsApp app allows for up to four linked devices (with its multi-device functionality), so we know that corporate accounts will benefit if they subscribe.

According to a screenshot published by WhatsApp, this feature would allow many personnel from a company to communicate with a consumer in one area. “Add numerous devices to tour account so various personnel in your firm may all talk to a client in the same chat,” states the new “Linked Device” section. Here’s a sample of it.

WABetaInfo notes that the subscription plan is expected to offer more additional features exclusively meant for the subscribers but details on this will arrive in the future.

While you may believe that this will become necessary once it goes live, the report tells you that it is only an extra choice for business accounts to choose from. WhatsApp will remain free for everyone, whether it’s the Business or the main app.

However, we still don’t know much about this alleged WhatsApp Business membership package. The subscription prices, the legality of the plans, and other details are yet unknown. Furthermore, it is still in development and hence unavailable to the general public. We’ll probably hear more about this in the future. So stay tuned for further information, and don’t forget to share your opinions in the comments section.

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