Brazilian football legend Pele for the new ad of WhatsApp met with the owner of the company, Mark Zuckerberg. The focus of the ad, in which the two are in dialogue, is WhatsApp’s new easy payment feature ‘ Payments‘.
Ad payment feature Available in Brazil, Pele called Mark Zuckerberg for information. In the ad, which staged the video chat of the duo, Zuckerberg briefly explained the convenience of the new feature.
Pele’s WhatsApp Payments ad:
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WhatsApp’s payment feature was launched last year, only in India. To relatives of WhatsApp users send and receive money directly from the chat screen
WhatsApp Payments has also recently arrived in Brazil. Pele, one of the country’s most well-known names in the world, also took part in the advertisement of WhatsApp to announce the feature.
“I am excited to announce that WhatsApp has finally launched its payment service in Brazil. ”
Pele, who entered the advertisement with the expressions , “ I’ll call someone I’m sure has knowledge on the subject. ” and called Mark Zuckerberg himself. Pele “Hello king of football!”, welcoming Zuckerberg, answering Pele’s question about the payment service, he said:
“Sending money to friends and family is now as easy as sending a photo. This process is free and all you need is to have a card from one of the contracted banks. No fees, no waiting in line, no need for cash. Just press the paperclip or the plus icon in the chat section. ”
This feature of WhatsApp, which makes sending money mutually child’s play, is not yet available in our country. In fact, if you look at it, it is not available in almost any country. Because the second and last name following the feature that first opened in India was Brazil recently. The company hasn’t made any promises about other countries yet, so we’ll have to wait a bit for the feature to come to America.