Farewell to WhatsApp? Veon, the App that could replace it is launched

The new service will offer video calling and messaging services even when they are without balance. | Photo: @VeonDigital

The popular operator of telecommunications Russian VimpelCom will launch the service VEON in Russia, an application designed for “the market of future” that aims to replace to the applications of messaging more popular of the moment: WhatsApp and Skype.
This new service will bring “a revolutionary mobile platform” to hundreds of millions of customers in the future that will allow users to make video calls and send and receive messages, including multimedia regardless of your data plan, “even when they are without balance”. The launch is scheduled for the second quarter of 2017, said the company in a press release.
In addition to messaging and calls, other options are available as listen to music and watch videos in streaming mode.
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Veon, who got millions of users in Italy a few weeks of its release, will launch the in the course of 2017, in the 13 countries where the brand has a presence.
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