Hike Messenger for Android allows free group calls with up to 100 people


Hike Messenger for Android allows free group calls with up to 100 people:

Hey folks this is the nice news to you all buddies now you can enjoy your group calls for free now if you have Hike messenger in your Android mobile Hike Messenger has announced the launch of free group calling on hike connecting up to 100 people in a call, reportedly an industry first. This new feature from hike app gives you access to   users to make free group calls with the press of a single button once inside a group chat till date you may experience the group chat but here is the unique feature now you can enjoy at free of cost. This feature is available on Android and is expected to roll out on iOS, Windows later this year 2015.

How to Use Free Group call Hike App:
To use this feature, users need to tap on the Hike Call button inside an existing group chat App. Once initiated, hike calls out every member in the group automatically and the call starts as soon as one person gets connected.

With the introducing of Group Calling, hike messenger has also dropped the beta tag on VoIP officially rolling out the feature. The launch of this feature is part of a big marketing campaign isnt it that will reach over 200 million users across the country this is the first group call App in such a big target.

CEO speech on Hike group calling feature:

Commenting on the launch of the calling feature, Kavin Bharti Mittal, Founder and CEO, Hike messenger, said “Many of us at Hike were quite frustrated by how hard to have a friends call in a  Group Call as for now. Till date we have an option for a group call that is conference but it costs a lot here Hike giving free group calls.

you can connect up to 100 people in one call. It’s that simple. One tap and hike does the rest. No more pins, no more dial in numbers and no more putting people on hold. Making a Group Call has never been this easy.”

Last month, Hike Messenger announced the official launch of Hike 4.0, claiming it to be ‘the biggest update in the history of the company’. In addition, the new update had been optimised for low-end phones and particularly for areas with extremely poor network conditions.

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