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WhatsApp making big changes

A big game changer for businesses on WhatsApp is being rolled out, and you need to know about it. 

A big game changer for businesses on WhatsApp is being rolled out, and you need to know about it.

BUSINESSES OWNERS WILL BENEFIT FROM FROM THE BIG CHANGE

The mobile messaging service WhatsApp has launched a beta version of its premium subscription service for business users.

WABetaInfo said that through the new services, businesses could create a custom short link that directs customers to a landing page or a WhatsApp chat.

“As your small business grows, you need more powerful tools to help it thrive. WhatsApp Business Premium tools are optional paid features that help you run your business even more efficiently and attract more customers,”.said WhatsApp

While the WhatsApp Business app and its existing tools will remain free, a monthly subscription to Premium gives you access to advanced tools that can support your growth, the group said.

THE BIG CHANGE WILL INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING TOOLS:

WhatsApp offers the following Premium tools:

A WhatsApp web page gives your business a professional web presence and helps customers easily discover and connect with your business.Multi-agent support for up to 10 devices and chat assignment, which allows multiple agents to communicate with customers from a single business account.

An official launch date for the new subscription service has not been released. It is believed that pricing details will only be released after the official launch, and this new feature is currently only available for some beta testers in certain countries.

IT SEEMS YOU WILL BE ABLE TO MANAGE OR CANCEL THE SUBSCRIPTION AT ANY TIME4

WhatsApp said you would be able to manage or cancel your subscription at any time.

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“If you have the option to try WhatsApp Business Premium for free, you will not be charged until after 30 days. Cancel your subscription before your trial ends to avoid being charged.”