WhatsApp what will happen next
WhatsApp users who have not accepted the new policy will see a permanent reminder when they open the application on their devices.
Failure to accept the new policy will reduce its functionality until you do.
As a first step, you will no longer be able to access your chat list. WhatsApp reports that you will be able to answer incoming phone calls and video calls. With notifications enabled, it will still be possible to reply to messages or call again if you do not answer a video or phone call the first time.
A few weeks later, you will no longer receive calls or messages as WhatsApp will stop sending them to your device. In other words: WhatsApp can no longer be used as a messaging app.
WhatsApp states that the changes will not happen to all users at the same time. It seems that the company wants to apply the restrictions gradually to monitor the reactions.
Users will be able to export their chat history and import data into other applications, such as the Telegram application that supports this option.
The policy for inactive users applies to all accounts. Accounts not connected to WhatsApp for 120 days can be deleted.
You can read the WhatsApp FAQ from here for additional information on restrictions.
Of course the whole scenario could be another step of the company to force users to accept something they do not want.
Our suggestion is to change the application, as in this case, we are the ones who define the monopoly.