A long requested feature is no coming to WhatsApp.
No more waiting on hold for a technician to attend to your call.
WhatsApp lets companies respond to customers for free, so long as they respond within 24 hours.
Cell C ShoutOut bundles launch on 30th July and will be available through to September.
MTN users with feature phones will still be able to purchase the bundle for R10.
WhatsApp is having to raise its age restriction to 16 in the EU. It may have to go further locally once POPI comes into effect.
A spoof of WhatsApp appeared in the Google Play Store, fooling over 1 million users.
You’re in for an unscheduled break from all those WhatsApp groups you’re signed into.
The feature will most certainly be a welcomed one among users.
YouTuber Tom Scott explains in the simplest way possible why programming backdoors into the likes of WhatsApp might be a bad idea.
With the spread of fake news and defamatory content, focus could someday be placed on WhatsApp group admins, instead of posters of content.
The most common place where South Africans access the internet on their mobile is in bed.
India has is the country with the highest number of minutes spent on WhatsApp video calls.
Facebook is 600 000 users shy of two billion monthly active users.
Another short week’s Wednesday means that it’s time for the africast once again
An order has been passed in India which could see WhatsApp group admins being prosecuted for content they have little control over.
A job listing suggests that Facebook is looking to add the ability to make payments with Whatsapp.
The old WhatsApp status message will rollout to Android users over the next week and then be released for iPhone.