These three major changes will happen from January 1, the way of calling will change


There is going to be a big change in the mobile world from January 1 across the country. From the new year, there will be major changes in the use of mobile calling, WhatsApp, and Twitter. All users should be aware of these changes so that they do not face any problem in using WhatsApp and Twitter with calling. From January 1, Whatsapp may be off on your old mobile phone. WhatsApp is removing support for older versions of Android and iPhone. In such a situation, WhatsApp will not work on smartphones running on iOS 9 and Android 4.0.3 operating systems and older versions. Support of WhatsApp can also be removed from the iPhone 4 or older iPhone. But with this, if the version of the iPhone ie iPhone 4s, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s has outdated software, then it can be updated. After updating in this way, WhatsApp can be run in these iPhone models.

It is mandatory to put '0' before calling a mobile from a landline

There is going to be a big change in the world of mobile calling from 15 January next year. Under this, from 15 January 2021, it will be mandatory to put '0' before the mobile number to make a call from a fixed phone i.e. landline to mobile. To implement the new system, the telecom department has directed companies to make necessary arrangements by 1 January. The Ministry of Communications has said that there will be no change in dialing plans for calls from landline to landline, mobile to the landline, and mobile to mobile. A proposal was issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority (TRAI) to impose 0 for calling from landline to mobile.

The account verification process will start again from January 20

Twitter has announced to restart the process of account verification from January 20. Meaning, now the common public account will be able to get the blue verified tick again. At the same time, the verification of inactive accounts will be stopped. Twitter users should be cautious while using Twitter from January 20 after the introduction of the new policy, as the violation badge of Twitter's policy will automatically remove the verification badge. Twitter has said in its blog that verification badges will be removed from those accounts which are not active or their details are incomplete. Under Twitter's new policy, if an account is found to violate the rules, its verification will be removed.