WhatsApp is currently one of the most popular mobile messaging applications out there and this is confirmed by over 1 billion monthly active users. If you never used this application until now, then don’t worry, because today we will teach you how to create a WhatsApp account. First of all, you will need a smartphone with an internet connection and a working SIM card.
Creating A WhatsApp account
You should know that the WhatsApp application is currently available on smartphones that run on Android, iPhone, Nokia S40, BlackBerry, Nokia Symbian, Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile. If your device runs on any of the mentioned operating systems, then go to the official WhatsApp webpage and download the installation file from there.
Once the download is complete, go to the location where you have saved the file and tap on it to start the installation process. Keep in mind that if your device runs on iOS, Android, Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile, you can go on the official store of the platform and install the WhatsApp application directly from there.
After the installation of the WhatsApp application is complete, you will need to open the WhatsApp application and insert your mobile phone number (this mobile phone number will act as your WhatsApp ID). You will receive a SMS with a verification code that you will need to insert into the WhatsApp application in order to complete the registration process.
Once your WhatsApp ID becomes active, the application will look inside your phonebook and it will automatically add anyone who has his/her mobile phone number registered on WhatsApp. This is a great feature, as you will be able to see who has WhatsApp installed on their smartphones so that you can use this application to keep in touch with him/her instead of wasting credit by calling/texting them.
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