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Ziggo stop applications for mobile calls via landline
Ziggo stops late April offering its applications to mobile calls via landline. This applies to customers of Ziggo and the former UPC. The discontinuation of the support has to do with the low level of popularity.
Supporting mobile applications Bapp for Ziggo customers Phone App for former UPC customers will expire on April 29, as discovered Total TV. After this date, applications are no longer usable. The reports by parent company Liberty Global announced not great, but is attached to the download pages for the apps: the belapplicaties are available in the Play Store and App Store for Android and iOS, respectively.
According Ziggo’s discontinuation of support by the low interest in belapplicaties. Probably has to do with competition from other WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, which, like the software Ziggo and UPC telephone services via WiFi and the mobile network.
Ziggo began in 2014 with testing Bapp among its customers. The provider did little advertising for his service, and ultimately very few people were using mobile calls via landline.Viewing:-130
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