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Facebook-Owned Whatsapp Hits 100 Million Calls Per Day

    Whatsapp Calling Feature has gone Wide! According to the latest Report from Facebook, Whatsapp Calling features hits 100 million calls per day. Making the feature comparable to the popular Skype. And also Facebook Messenger is said to be making up to 10% of mobile global VOIP.

    According to the statement made officially from Microsoft, its states that Skype users make up to 3 Billions minutes per day. Maybe, Whatsapp has not hits that mark, but if Skype sits down and watch the scenario without acting or cook something up, then they are giving Whatsapp Calling a go ahead.

    Meanwhile, Whatsapp hits 1 billion users in February. What actually made this a great news is that the Whatsapp Calling Feature is still a relatively new feature for WhatsApp. The company introduced the feature on Android in March 2015, then brought it to iOS the following month.

    Facebook-Owned Whatsapp Hits 100 Million Calls Per Day

    Meanwhile, back then, WhatsApp claimed they had 800 million monthly active users and said it was handling more messages than there are global SMS texts sent each day. It was ridiculous, incredible and it is a welcome development from the Whatsapp Group.

    Microsoft also said at its BUILD conference this year that the Skype software is used by over 300 million users monthly. Comparing the Facebook-owned Whatsapp and its 1 plus Calling Feature to the 12-years old Microsoft-Skype, you will noticed that in more years to come, the Whatsapp Calling Feature will really be a huge success.

    Do you know that 4 days Ago; Peter Thiel pays tribute to Mark Zuckerberg ahead of Facebook board re-elections.? Now let’s look at it from another aspect, Skype users make up to 3 billion minutes of calls per day, but it’s counting talk time, not actual calls, as WhatsApp is doing, calculating the years. In April, Facebook Messenger reached 900 million users.

    Facebook also added that users spent more than 50 minutes per day on Facebook, Instagram and Messenger combined, but didn’t include WhatsApp in that round-up. Facebook wants to take over the Social Media stand, maybe or maybe not,we might be hearing that “Facebook wants to Buy Skype” Don’t be surprised!