Facebook Introduced Free Video Calling to FB Messenger App

Facebook  just updated
its Facebook messenger app and it now supports Video calling at no cost for US,
Nigeria and 16 other countries. This is indeed  a direct competition with skype and viber applications. If you have the Facebook messenger install on your smartphone,
you’ll be able to make free video calling to anyone, anywhere in the world.

According to Facebook, “You can quickly start a video call from any
conversation with just one tap. If you’re messaging with someone and realize
that words just aren’t enough, you can simply choose the video icon in the top
right corner of the screen and start a video call right from within an existing
Messenger conversation.

Video calling in Messenger is available for calls made from a
mobile phone to another mobile phone, even if one person is on iOS and the
other person is on an Android device”.

Video calling in Messenger has been launched  for people on iOS and Android in Belgium,
Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Greece, Ireland, Laos, Lithuania, Mexico,
Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, the UK, the US and Uruguay. 
Source: Facebook.
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5 thoughts on “Facebook Introduced Free Video Calling to FB Messenger App

  1. Prof am having serious issues with my Infinix joypad 10 which i got 2months ago, It runs down so easily and takes over 5-6hrs to charge from 0-100%.
    Now the issue now is that it refuse to charge anytime i plug in the charger it says full after 5-10mins and goes off whenever it likes.. how do i handle this problem bcoz am using the original charger and tried other chargers as well… and it brand new from konga. I cant play games or watch movies coz it dies less than 30mins of use, sometimes if am lucky it works and charge properly but recently the ups and down is now almost constant. pls Help

    • Hello Fred,
      Sorry about what you are passing through. First of all, there are some dangerious appliations running under your infinix and I'm afraid you'll need to fix them asap.

      To fix, go to settings>>>Applications>>>Then click on individual app and clear there data cache. Do that for all your applications and restart your device.

      This will fix your phone unethical discharge. Secondly, your charger is the problem that is why is not charging your device to a desired mAh hour.

      I'll suggest you use original infinix charger to charge this and see the difference. If their is no change, then you'll need to change the battery. This should fix your device discharge problem.

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