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Today Facebook announced its first-ever product open to people without a Facebook account.Starting now, the Messenger for Android app, and later its i OS counterpart, will allow signups from non-Facebook users with just a name and phone number.However, non-Facebook Messenger could provide a stepping stone to signups or reactivations for those who haven’t found the need for Facebook, are holding out, or deleted their accounts.The fact that its rollout starts in India where Facebook has just 65 million users out of a population of 1 billion is another indication that Facebook is still seeking signups.Our site allows you access every feature with no credit card required or even signing up.That way you don't have to worry about "hidden charges" when you use our dating site.If Facebook did end up acquiring a messaging app, it could potentially be operated independently as a paid, customizable counterpart to Messenger.Alternatively, if Whats App turned down its offers, this could be Facebook’s plan to steamroll it.
So enjoy our service, but please visit our sponsors so they keep paying us. Cyber Dating.net, the Official Cyber Dating Website.Facebook seems to have realized the limited reach of Messenger as is and wants to let you message your contacts whether or not they’ve joined Facebook.The rollout of Messenger for non-Facebook users begins today with the Android app in a limited set of countries, including India, Australia, Indonesia, Venezuela, and South Africa but will reach the rest of the world shortly.Don’t expect a non-Facebook-users version of Facebook’s standalone Camera app because Messenger is entirely private and doesn’t rely on any other Facebook products like news feed.
At first glance this might seem to signal the end of Facebook’s high-growth startup phase.
The expanded reach will help Facebook challenge SMS, as well as third-party, free texting apps like Pinger and Whats App, which we’ve heard Facebook has been considering acquiring.