It looks like the entire social networking sites' separate messaging applications out there are all heading to the same direction. All the major messaging services available on all mobile platforms are eventually moving forward to integrate the VoIP feature with the app.
Until recently it was WhatsApp one of the most popular instant messaging application and not it looks like Facebook's messaging app for Android has already received an update which now enables users in India to make free voice calls. Obviously it will require a decent internet speed.
First introduced back in March last year in Canada, the free call facility in Android devices was not rolled out to other nations. The update which was silently rolled a couple f days back in India has now come to our notice and now you can thus try using it. However, India isn't the only new country to get the feature on Facebook Messenger in the last few months, Facebook has been slowly rolling it out in several markets as well.
It's very simple to use the feature. You simply need to open a message thread with a friend and tap on the Android menu button and the drop-down option will show you a "Free Call" option. If you don't see this option, the person can't currently be called.
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