As part of the minimum tariff, they will be able to send up to 500 thousand messages per month.
- From April 1, 2019, Viber will start charging $ 4,500 chatbots per month for sending up to 500,000 messages and $ 6,500 for the ability to send up to a million messages.
- In comment for TechCrunch, head of b2b marketing company Debbie Dougherty said bots on the platform can be released for free, but the company will start charging for sending messages to "improve the quality of content."
- Representatives from six companies that are developing bots for banks, insurance and media, to TechCrunch who do not intend to participate in projects for Viber. Co-founder of Eddy Travels, who helps passengers, said he spent eight months building a bot for Viber, but now intends to focus on Facebook Messenger and Telegram, provide a free platform.
- The owner of Viber, the Japanese company, Rakuten does not reveal the messenger's financial performance and statistics on the active audience. The financial report states that the immediate messenger and virtual operator Rakuten Mobile have increased their revenue thanks to full-scale continuous sales activities, "and more than a billion users have registered with Viber.
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