Telegram may be working on a paid subscription service

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Telegram recently introduced a new download manager to its instant chat messaging platform so that users can easily keep track of files that are currently downloading. Like its competitors, Telegram is also working on new features to make things easier for users. One of the noteworthy features that the company seems to be wanting to introduce in the future is a subscription service, according to famous reverse engineer Alessandro Paluzzi.

The reverse engineer has recently spotted a subscription service called "Telegram Premium," which could come with a host of new premium features, including the ability to unlock premium stickers, additional reactions, and more. However, Paluzzi shared nothing on the pricing of the subscription service, nor does he give us any details about when "Telegram Premium" will become available for everyone.

Besides Telegram, WhatsApp is also working on a subscription service for its business customers. One of the benefits will be that users can link up to 10 devices to the same account. Telegram's new paid subscription service, however, is centered around satisfying consumers' interests. As things currently stand, you can log in to Telegram from as many of your devices as you like — all at the same time.

Some of the exciting features Telegram added to its platforms are the ability to respond to messages with reactions, protected messages in groups and channels, and a new navigation menu, to name a few. Hopefully, the company will keep adding useful features like these in the future.

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