- Apr 4, 2014
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Advertising on the app. No thanks. I'll stick to whatsapp. And considering the fact that 95% of the time my phone is actually on wi-fi, I'm really not concerned about 'data' issues.
No thanks - Whatsapp hardly uses any data anyway.
Why not create something new rather than creating another IM app in a sea of hundreds?
provided they are on the Vodacom network
Users on other networks will deplete their data balance
plan to fund the cost of accessing the platform with advertising.
Just a pity it only works on Vodacom for now.
Would've been nice if they could launch it working on all networks.
Well, perhaps this will become popular with the masses that has got a entry level little smartphone, but cant or dont have the money to buy data all the time.
That argument doesn't hold as Whatsapp is already free with Cell C with an already established userbase and not to mention its FREE.
This is just a couple of techies who are trying to break into the market without doing some proper market analysis