Important feature of WhatsApp is gone. It will cost Rs 130 every month.
There is an important news for WhatsApp users. From this year, a free service available to the users may end. Google has already given indications regarding this. Actually, most of the users on WhatsApp save the backup of their chats on cloud storage, which is absolutely free. Now this service will not be free from this year.
WhatsApp is the most used messaging app in the whole world. Crores of users message each other daily on this app. Most users will not be able to save unlimited chats for free on Google Drive. After filling up the space, users will have to pay for cloud storage or delete their data. WhatsApp has also made preparations regarding this.
You get free 15GB cloud storage:
Users get free 15GB cloud data access on Google Drive. At present, no matter how many backups WhatsApp users create, there is no dent in their 15GB free data. This rule will change from this year. However, no date for change has been fixed.
Also Read: Full-time job Digital Marketing
Now counting will be done in 15GB cloud storage:
Actually, if WhatsApp Android users save more backup in cloud storage, then it will count towards 15GB data. In such a situation, users will have to handle their chat backup smartly and also delete unnecessary content.
You will have to pay for additional storage:
Actually, to access extra cloud storage of Google Drive, payment has to be made. There’s Google One for that. In this, users can choose the storage according to their need. There are monthly and annual plans here. There are three plans each in both the categories. 100GB data is available in the monthly basic plan. In this, users will be given Rs 35 per month for three months. After that you will have to pay Rs 130 per month.