Lebanon plans to charge for WhatsApp calls: minister


Lebanon's cabinet has agreed to impose a fee on calls over WhatsApp and other similar applications, as part of efforts to raise revenues in the country's 2020 draft budget, a minister said on Thursday. (Reuters Technology) More More

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