How Mobile Apps Are Changing The Future Of Communication

How Mobile Apps Are Changing The Future Of Communication

WhatsApp, recently bought by Facebook for $19 billion, allows its users to text at virtually no cost. How consumers worldwide are using mobile apps to communicate for free and what it means for the future of the telecom industry.

WhatsApp, recently bought by Facebook for $19 billion, allows its users to text at virtually no cost. How consumers worldwide are using mobile apps to communicate for free and what it means for the future of the telecom industry.

Guests

Cecilia Kang

technology reporter, The Washington Post.

Farhad Manjoo

technology reporter, The New York Times.

Michael Calabrese

director of the Wireless Future Project, New America Foundation.

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