Re: I can understand no Whatsapp
Exactly, if I wanted to have a phone that would only call and text, I'd dig out my old Nokia (or Sony, or whatever will still hold a charge).
These days I want some kind of secure messaging, be that Signal, or Telegram or Whatsapp or whatever.
Sure, they say:
Neby said consumers probably have "four or five devices" that do WhatsApp already.
Which just begs the question, why would I bother carrying their device around as well? It doesn't give me anything I don't get elsewhere.