You can’t just delete messages, texts and calls.
You have to contact your carrier, explain your concerns, and get a reply back.
Your messages will be automatically deleted unless you contact your provider.
You can contact your phone number on your account, but your carrier will not respond.
Some carriers also block your Facebook account if you have too many contacts.
The only way to get your messages back is if you call your carrier to ask for them.
It can take up to a week for them to reply.
But even then, your messages will only be deleted once.
And if you’re not on Whatsapp, your account will be deleted if you don’t contact your mobile provider.
Is it worth it?
Some people say yes.
But it’s worth considering if you can afford to lose access to your Facebook or Whatsapp accounts.
The more people you have on your network, the more important it is that they are safe.
If your phone is constantly ringing, your network could be overwhelmed.
The same is true if you need to send a text message or a WhatsApp call.
If you can’t afford to pay a small fee for the privilege of using Whatsapp and Facebook, why would you use a network that doesn’t guarantee privacy and security?
Whatsapp is still in beta, so you can sign up to the free version if you want to get the most out of it.
If the app is slow to load, you could be doing more harm than good.
You could be blocking people who you don�t know, or people you donít trust, from getting your messages.