Bank of American Inc. has unveiled a new payment method for its customers that allows them to pay their bills on any mobile device.
The company’s $10 a month subscription to WhatsApp will cost users $9.99 a month when they sign up, according to the company’s website.
Customers will have to subscribe to a number of different programs to get access to the service.
Users will need to have a free WhatsApp app installed on their phone, which can be found at: https://apps.whatsapp.com/whatsApp-2.0-Free.
WhatsApp also includes an SMS and MMS texting service for $4.99 each.
Users can also choose to use a bank-branded mobile app, which will allow them to send a $3.99 bill or send a text message, according the website.
Users who use the $10 subscription will have their bills and other payments processed on their devices, but they won’t see any savings on other bills.
Whatson’s new payment option lets users use their smartphones to pay for their monthly bills by using their mobile phone number to send text messages or messages to a friend.
The bank said the feature will allow users to pay with the mobile phone and make their monthly payments on their phones.
Whatson is using the word “pay” because it allows users to make payment with a debit card or bank account.
The payment method also allows users, who have no other bank account, to pay bills through a combination of text messages and their bank accounts.
It will work with a range of services from credit cards to money transfers.
Whashit, which is based in San Francisco, said it is “working closely with partners to explore new payment options for its users and businesses to better meet their needs and expectations.”