WhatsApp drops the $1 annual fee on all platforms, moves to introduce business communication tools to source revenue

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WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging services around, serving almost a billion people globally on a multitude of operating systems that range from our beloved Android to iOS, BlackBerry, and even Windows Phone. While, for many of us, the $1 annual fee that WhatsApp charges is neither here nor there, it can be a huge stumbling block for some users who don’t have access to card payments. In its efforts to attract yet more customers, WhatsApp had decided to drop the annual fee in its entirety. Read more

Orange said to be considering Bouygues Telecom acquisition

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The French telecom market may be getting ready to undergo some transformation at the top during 2016 if discussions between Orange and Bouygues Telecom continue during the holiday break to forge an agreement for Orange to acquire Bouygues Telecom. Reports indicate France’s largest carrier, Orange, may be considering the acquisition of Bouygues Telecom to help maintain its position. However, some are concerned that this move would reduce competition by cutting the number of major carriers from four down to three. Read more

EE’s free Power Bar portable chargers are available again

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The UK carrier, EE, announced a customer rewards scheme with a difference back in April by giving its members a chance to sign up to receive a free external battery pack called the Power Bar with a 2,600mAh capacity. But after receiving more than a million requests in just four days, EE had to temporarily halt accepting new applicants. If you’ve had to wait to claim your free Power Bar, you are in luck because EE has just started accepting new sign ups again.

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Amazon is giving away $105 worth of games and apps via the Appstore

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There’s no such thing as having too many apps on your smartphone, am I right? And sure, while you’ll always have your favourite apps, there’s so many others to try out, perhaps you are bored of your current game or you are looking at trying our a new fitness tracker. Whatever your needs, Amazon have probably got you covered with its latest collection of free apps worth a combined $105.

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EE offers its customers a free, swappable Power Bar mobile charger

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Forgetting to charge your smartphone the night before will often mean that your device dies on you midway through the day, leaving you unable to play Plants Versus Zombies send important work emails. If you’re an EE customer though, the days of seeing your smartphone become utterly useless when the battery goes flat may be at an end, thanks to the UK carrier’s new customer reward scheme appropriately called “EE Power” that will roll out in the coming weeks.  Read more

Amazon’s offering $220 worth of Android apps for free up until December 26

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Amazon has just kicked off its Christmas Appstore promotion, which enables you to grab a possible $220 worth of applications for free. Many of this year’s must-have paid apps and games are included in the giveaway, such as Angry Birds Space, Colin McRae Rally, Djay 2, Fleksy Keyboard, Plex and many more.

Hit the break below to see a full list of content that’s available for free up until Friday, December 26.

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Over $135 of Android apps now free on Amazon AppStore

Amazon_Tablet_AppFor a limited time, dozens of Android apps are absolutely free from Amazon’s AppStore. The apps on sale are of all genres, from games to productivity apps. Among the apps: OfficeSuite Professional 7 ($15 value), Genius Scan+ ($7 value), Sonic The Hedgehog 4 Episode II ($5 value), and mSecure – Password Manager and Secure Digital Wallet ($10 value). If you’re interested, head to the link below and get downloading.

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Watch Will Ferrell’s Elf for free on Google Play in standard definition, $4.99 for HD

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Will Ferrell’s Elf became an instant holiday classic after its release ten years ago (wow, time goes by fast) and Google is celebrating the film and the holiday season this week by offering the standard definition version of the movie for free on Google Play. If you want to get the movie in HD, you’ll have to pay $4.99. Not too bad! Hit the source link to start watching!

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