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spam and unwanted advertising within the hugely-successful app.
In an official blog post, the messaging firm wrote: “Naturally, people might wonder how we plan to keep Whats App running without subscription fees and if today’s announcement means we’re introducing third-party ads.
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.