Premium subscription features is not rolling out on WhatsApp to some beta testers according to the latest report. Firstly, businesses can link up to 10 devices to the same account to make managing conversations between multiple employees and customers easier.
General WhatsApp users can only use the same account on up to four devices.
Secondly, businesses will be able to create a custom short link that directs customers to a landing page or a WhatsApp chat.
This will appear in the format “https://wa.me/” followed by a custom name or phrase. Businesses can modify the link every 90 days.
Though, the prices of the Premium plan would differ based on the country of the particular business.
WhatsApp will likely only roll the subscription service out to stable releases of the WhatsApp for Business app once it is satisfied with the beta test results.
WhatsApp Premium has been released to some businesses in certain countries that install the latest versions of WhatsApp Business beta for Android and iOS. It will roll out to more business in the coming weeks.
WhatsApp plans to widely roll out the premium plan to more business accounts in the future and we will let you know when it is out in a new article or tweet as usual.
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This multi-devices support is taking forever to be implemented. Wake up WhatsApp!! Telegram is far better in this area