Truecaller Rolls Out ‘Family Plan’ with Support for Multiple Users for Android

Truecaller Rolls Out ‘Family Plan’ with Support for Multiple Users for Android
Truecaller Rolls Out ‘Family Plan’ with Support for Multiple Users for Android

Truecaller has lately launched a Family Plan which is able to let a complete of 5 customers avail its premium companies with a single subscription. Priced at Rs. 132 for a month-to-month membership or Rs. 925 for a yearly pack, Truecaller will let as much as 5 relations to entry its options like checking of profile views and advance spam blocking with none further charges on a single consumer account. The service is first reaching Android customers world wide, anticipate for within the US. Its launch timeline for iOS customers stays unclear as for now.

“Family Plan is the most recent option to get Truecaller Premium. Family Plan permits you to select whoever you wish to be in your ‘household’. We’re saying, in case your bestie is sort of a brother to you, then they could belong on your loved ones plan! Just select 4 individuals and add them to your subscription,” the Swedish caller ID app mentioned in an official statement.

Launched in 2009, Truecaller permits customers to be notified earlier than a name rings up, whereas additionally permitting individuals to see if the decision is from a spam quantity.

The name identification app caters to 300-million month-to-month lively customers, with 73 p.c of its customers being in India, the place it retains releasing newer options to retain its userbase.

Last week, Truecaller launched a ‘authorities listing’ characteristic in India to permit Indians to attach with verified authorities officers.

In order to maintain in keeping with Google’s PlayStore policies, the platform lately pulled-back its ‘name report’ characteristic.

Truecaller, which presently reveals the names of unsaved numbers as saved by crowd sources, might quickly have to alter this characteristic to be in alignment with anticipated amended guidelines in India.

India’s telecom regulator, the TRAI, has requested the general public to submit suggestions on whether or not these caller ID apps like Truecaller should show the precise, SIM-registered names of the callers within the coming days.

The public feedback on the paper will be submitted to the regulator by December 27, whereas the deadline for counter feedback is until January 10, 2023.


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