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WhatsApp now has 350 million monthly active users


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Live on stage at Nokia World 2013, WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum announced the instant messaging service now has 350 million monthly active users. That's up by 50 million since August, when the network announced it had hit 300 million. Koum also announced that some 250,000 users per day are registering for WhatsApp using Nokia devices — including Symbian, Asha, and Lumia handsets — over 7 million per month.



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i didn't know what hike was til i googled it and when on the third link.

from the pictures i saw, it doesn't look to have certain simple features.

pls see al the features in HIKE properly.its really lott better then watsapp.u can block unwanted contacts n u can directly post updates to FB n TWITTER via HIKE

that too HIKE had AWESOME STICKERS BUT WHATSAPP WONT

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350 Million Monthly Active Users and to my knowledge has never 'Gone Down' I think I will stick with WhatsApp, for the sake of Like 70p a year it's an awesome deal, not only that it has EVERYTHING I could ever need in an IM, One thing I would like to see is internet calls on it, but never mind, I'll use Facebook Messenger for Internet Calls.

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