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There are currently no WhatsApp app in the United Kingdom, as the UK government continues to work on its plans to reform the country’s communications and telecommunications laws.
While the new regulations will see users receive more than 60% of their calls through WhatsApp, the messaging service is unlikely to see the full scope of the reforms, with only a handful of apps available in the country.
In response to a question on Twitter from a user with an Australian name, a spokesperson for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DDCMS) said: “WhatsApp has not been approved by the UK Government to be used in the home or to provide a mobile messaging service in the current system.”
“We are committed to working with the Government and the industry to bring more mobile applications to the UK,” they added.
But while the app may not be available in most of the UK’s homes, it does exist in many of the countrys major cities.
Whatsapp, which is owned by Facebook, offers a number of services including instant messaging, video calling, video messaging and SMS, as well as photo messaging and photo sharing.
The company has also been working with major international brands including Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Google to bring its services to their devices.
The company is also working on expanding its business in the U.S., where it has signed a deal to acquire the app-sharing platform Vine.