How To Make – Use Whatsapp Free Forever

Have you ever wondered if it was possible you could use whatsapp messenger free forever without having to pay the required $0.99 after one year of usage? Or you are wondering if you could extend your whatsapp app usage to 10 years or perhaps, lifetime? Oh yes, it could be done and you’re gonna learn how on this post.

I’d believe you are aware that you will be required to pay $0.99 after you must have used the app for a free period of one year. The $0.99 is for another period of one year. Oh yes, we know the amount is quite small, its even less than N200 if calculating based on Nigeria(Naira) currency but then, how about the medium of payment?

The last time I checked, PayPal is the only required means of payment and am pretty sure you are aware that PayPal isn’t allowed in Nigeria alongside some other countries. So, how else can we possibly go through this? Of course the free usage way!

Outside the payment ish, I still believe most peeps would rather prefer using the app for completely free. After all, we are not been charged a dime for using bbm, Facebook chat and other well known apps expect for data connection which of course is charged by our ISP. Oh well, Enough of the long talks, let’s move on.

How To Use Whatsapp Free For Life Time

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There are basically two ways in which this can be done. First is by having an iOS device like an iPhone while the second is by deleting your account and creating an account afresh.

Let me quickly walk you through this steps:

Step 1:

In other to accomplish this using step 1 method, you are required to have a device running An Android OS alongside another device running iOS which could be iPad or iPhone.

Got all those? Now……

==> If you’ve already installed whatsapp on your android device, delete your account completely via account settings.
==> Look for an iPhone or iPad that whatsapp has not been installed before and download it afresh from iTunes store
==> Install it, activate your mobile number and verify it
==> Now, use your activated number on your android device or any other device and Check your Service time. You should see that it has been extended to 10 years or lifetime for free.

Step 2:

==> Open Whatsapp on your Device (Any device where the whatsapp application is installed should be fine).
==> Navigate to settings, click on Account
==> Click on delete account
==> Enter your mobile number in the given field and then click on delete my account

After doing that, your account will be deleted and you will no longer be found on whatsapp but then, that’s not our aim. Our aim is to extend the expiry period of the whatsapp app and probably use it forever without paying a dime right?

==> Now open the whatsapp messenger application again and choose to create a new account with new information
==> When done with all processes, check your Whatsapp expiry date by navigating to > Settings > Account > Payment info.
You should see the extended trial period of your whatsapp account. However, how many years of trial period you will get or life time usage on whatsapp, depends on which method you choose to go by.

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About Adeniyi Samuel

Hello! I am Samuel Adeniyi. The guy behind most tutorials on this very blog. I love experimenting with devices and for every device i experiment with, i usually write something about it here for my esteemed readers. You can follow me on twitter via @amsamueladeniyi


  1. Jonathan says:

    You know what? I have been thinking of trying it out before now since my whatsapp will expire by 4th of June.

  2. What a relieve this would be to many, compared to the other methods that had steps as long as a bible cover. The second step Listed here though not better is easier aynd most preferable. The last time I checked my account I had just 2months left. And as you added here, the money is not actually the problem but the method of payment. I had actually thought of switching totally over to telegram. thank you Samuel.

    Uche Francis of

  3. You can try it’s better than Whatsapp

    • Sure Telegram is better than whatsapp, in terms of:
      ==>Quick delivery
      ==>Its Free
      ==>No every day prompt to update
      ==>Available for various OS

      And many more. But, Nigerians are not yet many on Telegram. So i think they need to work harder to get to the hearts of many Nigerians to be able to rule over Whatsapp.

      Was sad after downloading and installing it only to find just 3 of my contacts on it. Though i still have it installed, i havent opened it up for long.

  4. Hmm for real?

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