When WhatsApp first came out in 2010, it quickly gained notoriety as a great way to meet new people all over the world thanks to group chats, which lets there be multiple admins for each group who could all add participants from their own contacts lists.

As a repair tech, I would buy it for both Android and iPhones (it used to be $1.99 back in the day), and I would activate it on customers’ phones for free—by temporarily signing into their devices using my account—as a little “thank you” for allowing me to repair their handsets. Many years and updates have since passed, and WhatsApp has… more


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