In our Beginner Android section we have already talked about WhatsApp, but how WhatsApp ceases to be free soon, we will explain how to pay WhatsApp using PayPal without having to use credit card!
All WhatsApp accounts are supposed to expire at the end of the month. If your relationship with this app is so strong that you can't resist the idea of dropping it radically, then you will have to pay for it.
Using your credit card would be the simplest solution, but not everyone has one available or simply not everyone wants to use it to pay for an app for their smartphone, or simply doesn't want to share bank details on the internet. A practical, easy and secure solution is to pay with a PayPal account.
If you have already tried to pay for a WhatsApp subscription, you probably saw that the only option available is to use Google Wallet / Checkout. But this only happens if you have downloaded the app from the Google Play store.
How to pay WhatsApp subscription via PayPal
In order to pay for WhatsApp via PayPal you must uninstall the application from your device and install it manually using the latest version .apk file available. Don't worry, once reinstalled, WhatsApp will recover your settings, contacts, and messages and offer you several ways to pay for your subscription.
Once you have the latest version of WhatsApp, to pay by Paypal just follow a few simple steps. The first step is to open the app to verify that the PayPal option is enabled. To do this go to Menu> Settings> Account Information> Payment Information and you should see three different options: Google Wallet (or credit card), PayPal or Enter URL. Of course, what matters is the PayPal option, where you should click after selecting the subscription period (1, 3 or 5 years).
After clicking the PayPal button a browser page opens that will redirect you to the PayPal login page. Here you must select the "Pay with PayPal" option again, complete and follow the classic procedure for shopping. Then you get an email with the payment notification, and you don't have to worry (for a while at least) about running out of WhatsApp.
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