WhatSIM to offer free Whatsapp for Masses via a credit system


Whatsapp has become quite essential these days. Who don’t use Whatsapp? Now-a-days, everyone seem to be addicted with Whatsapp. But having a good internet connection is must, it becomes crucial while travelling abroad or so. A solution over this is provided by an Italian Company, they have launched a new SIM card which enables Whatsapp service on your Phone without using an Internet Connection.
The SIM Card is named as ‘WhatSIM’, which will allow you to chat on Whatsapp application for free in many countries around the world. The 38-years old Manuel Zanella, founder of Zero-Mobile is inventor of this SIM and will be first Mobile Operator around the globe for low-cost roaming. This SIM connects with 150-countries and more than 400-operators world-wide.

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The cost of Whatsapp SIM will come around €10+€5 with shipping cost, which translates to make 1,075INR. But hold on, this SIM won’t offer free of service, you have to recharge the SIM card to send regular voice messages, photos and so. India country comes under Zone-3, where you need around 150-credits to send images, 600-credits to send videos and so. But the recharge system or window is currently shut-down, which will begin by 26th February 2015.

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WhatSIM is gaining more and more popularity. It has earned around 700-million of active users and are rising more to gather more users.