Cheetah Mobile: Launch of WhatsCall Signals the End for Telephone Call Charges
Callers earn free call credits if they log-in everyday, watch advertising, invite friends or take part in daily tasks.
The recipient receives a call through their phone network just like a regular voice call, so there’s no need for them to download the app or to have a data connection.
Furthermore, nearly three quarters (71%) of the world’s population in rural areas are without a mobile data connection.
WhatsCall is the brainchild of Cheetah Mobile, the world leader in utility and mobile security app development.
David Wu, VP of global app marketing at Cheetah Mobile, comments: “The cost of calling overseas landlines and mobiles is prohibitively high for many people. WhatsCall is free if users engage with brands and collect call credits. Cheetah Mobile is proud to unveil WhatsCall, which will change how people communicate with each other across the world.”
WhatsCall is powered by advanced voice coding and decoding technology for crisp phone calls. When a caller contacts another WhatsCall user the app utlises credit free VoIP technology. When a WhatsCall user calls a mobile or landline, it uses a voice service provided by telecom operators which requires credits.
WhatsCall for Android comes complete with a Caller ID function thanks to CM Security, one of the world’s top smartphone security apps. The feature enables users to scan, identify and block any incoming fraud or harassment calls.