Twitter Announces Audio Video Calling On X As New Feature Will It Effect Jio Airtel And Vi


– Twitter is introducing a new feature that will allow users to make video and audio calls without needing a mobile number.
– The feature will be available on iOS, Android, Mac, and PC.
– Elon Musk, a key figure in Twitter’s development, announced the feature.
– The interface for the video and audio calls will be similar to other in-app calling options.
– It is unclear who will have access to this feature and when it will be released.

Twitter is set to introduce a new feature that will allow users to make video and audio calls directly on the platform. Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, announced this new feature on Thursday. What makes this feature even more exciting is that users will not need a mobile number to make video or audio calls. Musk shared a post about this on Twitter, sparking discussions about the potential challenges it could pose for telecom companies like Jio, Airtel, or VI.

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According to reports, this upcoming feature on Twitter will work on iOS, Android, macOS, and PC. Musk stated that Twitter, or now known as X, is an efficient global address book. He also mentioned that users can expect a different and improved experience in the coming days. The new X feature has been teased by the company multiple times before, and it is anticipated to be included in the next update. It is worth mentioning that Twitter designer Andria Conway had shared snippets of the new features, including the audio and video calling interface.

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As per Business Today, users will have the option to make audio or video calls from the direct message section, similar to other apps that offer in-app calling. However, Musk has not announced who this feature will be available for and who it will not.

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And, Twitter’s new feature of video and audio calling without the need for a mobile number is generating excitement among users. With its launch on various platforms, it is expected to provide a better and more convenient communication experience.

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