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If you use this ‘abandon’ trick, the mobile data that will be lost due to WhatsApp call will run for many days

New Delhi: WhatsApp is a popular messaging app. Which more and more people use. When buying a new phone, WhatsApp is the only app that most people have downloaded to their phone. WhatsApp has also made communication much easier. On WhatsApp, users share photos, videos, contacts and even location of each other. Not only that, people also do voice and video calling with each other on WhatsApp. But, because of all this, sometimes the data runs out very quickly. If this happens to you, here are some simple tricks you can use to reduce the use of mobile data for WhatsApp calls.

Steps for Android users to follow:

To do this, first open WhatsApp on your Android smartphone. Then tap on the three dots in the top right corner and then go to Settings. Now go to storage and data option. Turn on the Less Data option for the call option here.

iPhone If you are a user, follow these steps:

To do this, first open WhatsApp on iPhone. Then tap on the Settings option along with the Status, Calls, Camera, Chats option below. Now here you will find many options. In which, there will be options like Starred Message, Account, Linked Device. You will also see storage and data options. Tap on it. Here at the third number you will find the option ‘Use Less Data for Calls’. This will reduce your data usage during the call

WhatsApp is always trying to give new features to the users. As per reports, WhatsApp will soon be able to transfer files up to 2 GB. The app is testing this feature and the feature will not be available to everyone. Currently being tested for iPhone users only. According to reports, this feature is the iOS beta version of WhatsApp 22. Spotted at 70.76. According to reports, WhatsApp is currently testing this feature in Argentina. WABetaInfo also shared a screenshot of this feature.

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