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Mark Zuckerberg Spend $19 Billion for WhatsApp Messaging

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg acquired WhatsApp mobile messaging application for $19billion (U.S), $12billion in fb shares, $4billion in cash, and another $3billion in restricted stock units payable to employees. WhatsApp is the most popular and most expensive app till now. It has almost 500 million users, approx 1 million new users sign up for messages every day. They make money by charging users a subscription fee of $1 per year, the WhatsApp company has only 55 employees working,

Mark said "WhatsApp is the only, widely used app then I was seen that has more engagement
and a higher percentage of people using it daily than Facebook itself."
He added "WhatsApp's services as incredibly valuable"
WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum said on the conference call that WhatsApp's business model is
Already successful.

Mark Zuckerberg Spends $19 Billion for WhatsApp Messaging

Recently, Mark happily describes the current status about WhatsApp via Facebook post. Now WhatsApp team works with Facebook, their whole team staying in mountain view. 
Now Facebook and WhatsApp Merge

Mark Zuckerberg Spends $19 Billion for WhatsApp Messaging facebook post

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