WhatsApp could release Multi Device support for premium users

WhatsApp could release Multi Device support for premium users

WhatsApp appears to be intending to expand its WhatsApp Business platform's multi-device capability to up to ten devices.
WhatsApp could release Multi Device support for premium users
WhatsApp multi device login

Users may add up to four devices to a single account using WhatsApp's multi-device functionality. The messaging software is currently being tested for a premium feature that would allow users to connect several devices to a single account. Users may now link a tablet, PC, and laptop, but not a second smartphone. You can only link one smartphone with WhatsApp at a time. The best part is that with the internet, you don't even need a phone.

WhatsApp is working on a new subscription plan for WhatsApp Business subscribers, according to Wabetainfo. It is rumoured that it is working on a whole new UI for the LinkedIn Device area. "In this updated interface, WhatsApp provides a completely different description for multi-devices, saying that you may add several devices to the account so that various individuals in the business can all communicate to the same client in the same conversation," says wabetainfo.

According to Wabetainfo, the subscription package is exclusive for WhatsApp business accounts and provides enterprises with additional benefits. For example, customers may now connect up to four devices at once, but with the new subscription plan, you will be able to connect up to ten. This function, however, will not be free; you will have to pay to use it. Additional services will be available as well, but they will be notified in the future if WhatsApp decides to make the feature public.

At this time, it is unknown whether the subscription adds more functionality to the account, but we anticipate that the Meta-owned messaging app will add various new features to make the subscription plan more intriguing. Even the price and duration of the membership are unknown, and it's unclear if this is a one-time subscription or if consumers would have to pay a regular fee.