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                                                               WhatsApp voice calling has been in the works from a while. And yesterday, the news broke out that it is finally available to all android users. With more than 700 million active users, WhatsApp has a sizable chunk of the world using it. And this is only growing (see how whatsapp is changing the way businuss is done). The following two graphs show the rise of WhatsApp which is also a result of widespread internet penetration and increase in smartphone shipments.
There is no denying the fact that WhatsApp has changed the way people communicate (especially in emerging markets). A person essentially uses the phone for three things which maintains the revenue streams for telecom operators- voice calling, texting and data.And what services like WhatsApp, Viber, Skype, etc do is that they make voice calling and texting free. Which is not something the telecom operators want. The debate for net neutrality comes in over here. Medianama’s  has been comprehensive and for the future of messaging and mobile platforms, benedict evance has some amazing . A petition has been also floated on the internet and let the consumers choose how they want to use the internet . To simplify it, an infographic has been doing around
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