WhatsApp is the most used social media platform to share text and photos on the internet. It is getting better day by day and also trying to providing us with new features like UPI transactions, sending Gifs and many more. Usually, if you want to join WhatsApp, you need a phone, preferably a smartphone, a mobile number & an internet connection. But, what if we tell you that you can use WhatsApp with Landline number as well.
Well, this may sound pretty crazy but believe us when we say it is possible. There isn’t anything special that you have to do. You have to register your Landline number in the same way you do with the mobile number. But, instead of getting an SMS ( that you cannot get on a Landline phone), you need to opt for the call to get the OTP or One Time Password for registering your landline number with WhatsApp.
STEPS TO USE WHATSAPP WITH LANDLINE NUMBER
Step 1 – First of all, install WhatsApp on your device. It can be downloaded from the Google Play store.
Step 2 – Open the application and enter your landline phone number.
Step 3 – WhatsApp will send you the verification code via SMS. Once it gets failed, it will give an option to “Call” for verification.
Step 4 –Select the “Call” option. You will get a verification call from WhatsApp.
Step 5 – Once you get an automated call, it tells you a six-digit verification code in an automated voice.
Step 6 – Now enter the code in WhatsApp application. Now, Complete the setup process and Voila, you are ready to use your landline number in WhatsApp.
Well, that’s it! Now, you have your WhatsApp account set up using the Landline number. Wasn’t that super easy? If you liked this method, then do share it with your friends.
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