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WhatsApp voice calling feature has been officially confirmed for Windows Phone users.

The communication was revealed through a blog post by wmpoweruser.com saying that voice calling feature is also available for other mobile platforms like BlackBerry OS, Symbian and S40.

The post says that an email from WhatsApp Support Team proclaims that the voice calling is under construction for Windows Phone users. However, the team does not promise anything on the release date of the feature.

The voice calling is available through beta the latest version of WhatsApp. The beta version is still unstable and is likely to contain bugs.

Before making the WhatsApp Call feature available for all Android users, WhatsApp made it available on invitation-only basis for testing purpose. However, for Windows Phone platforms, the voice calling feature will arrive directly to all users without the need of sending and receiving invitations.

The calling feature will not show any ads and will continue to offer an uncluttered experience to its audience. Like before, it will be available for free in the first year and after that users will have to pay 99 cents annually.

Via IBM Times