SoftTalk Messenger Owned By Nigeria To Push WhatsApp Out of The Country

Despite the popularity WhatsApp enjoys, China is still a mission impossible for the messaging service to enter. WeChat controls the most populous country in the world. Now, SoftTalk messenger is about to be unveiled in Nigeria with the intention of pushing WhatsApp aside in the country.

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The messaging app is expected to come with improved features found on WhatsApp, as well as create job opportunities in Nigeria.

SoftTalk is an indigenous messaging application, which enables users to chat, make audio and video calls, unrestricted numbers of group chats as well shop for affordable and genuine products.

According to the Founder and CEO of Prime Time Telecoms, a telecoms Service provider based in Japan, Simple Azenabor,

“We do so much than messaging, we want to empower and improve on the way messaging is done today, by giving access to users to shop, while Soft chatting and Soft talking at the same time.

“We are not in SoftTalk for revenue purposes, we are in it to solve a bigger problem and create employment in the country.”

Well, this is going to be a great feat for SoftTalk to pitch the hearts of Nigerians against WhatsApp

The app will officially announced in Lagos, in the next fortnight, and invites are already being sent out.

Will you be among the first set of people to try it?

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  1. Nancy Thomas says

    I de craze to leave WhatsApp and use this unverified app?

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