How to send a WhatsApp message even though your cellphone doesn't have internet quota

So far, if you want to send WhatsApp messages on the web or applications on a laptop, your cellphone must be turned on and connected to the internet. But now you can send WhatsApp even if your cellphone doesn't have an internet quota even when it runs out of battery.

This ability is thanks to a new feature that WhatsApp has called Multi-Device. After being tested a few months ago, now all users can use it even though it is still in beta status.

Not only that, with this feature you can link up to four devices. Last but not least, WhatsApp has confirmed that this new feature supports end-to-end encryption, which means all private messages, media and calls will be kept private.

How to send WhatsApp without an Internet-connected cellphone

It should be noted that you will be asked to link your device to WhatsApp Web or Desktop at an early stage. After that you can use WhatsApp without connecting the cellphone. Here's how to do it.

1. Open WhatsApp on the cellphone and tap the three-dot icon in the upper right corner (Android) or press the Settings menu in the lower right corner (iPhone)

2. Tap the Linked Devices option

3. Tap Multi-Device Beta at the bottom. WhatsApp will then display a page explaining the feature limitations and other things.

4. Tap the Join Beta or Join Beta button, followed by pressing Continue or Next

5. Then just link the cellphone to WhatsApp Web or Desktop by scanning the QR code

6. From here you can use WhatsApp Web or Desktop without the need for a cellphone to be connected to the internet

Important Things to Know

There are some features that are not currently supported if you plan on using this multi-media feature. The company said in its blog post that users cannot clear or delete conversations on a connected device if the primary device is an iPhone.

Another limitation is that WhatsApp does not allow using this feature on tablets. Also, the app will not allow calls or messages to devices running older versions of the app. Connected devices cannot see real time location and cannot create or view broadcast messages.

Although once connected we don't need an internet-connected cellphone, but WhatsApp still provides limitations. So if you don't open the WhatsApp application on your cellphone (connected to the internet) after 14 days then all linked devices will automatically exit.

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