Steps and Ways on How to use WhatsApp without a SIM card

Steps and Ways on How to use WhatsApp without a SIM card
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This may sound strange but its true. You need a SIM card and a phone number to install the app, but once your WhatsApp account is up and running, there is a way to continue using it on other devices.

Yes, when you install WhatsApp you'll be asked for a phone number in order to receive a verification code. And yes, every WhatsApp account is connected to a phone number. But, although you need a SIM card to get an account, you don't necessarily need one in the device that you want to use WhatsApp on. Read on for our guide on how to use WhatsApp without a SIM card.
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There is a way to use WhatsApp without a SIM card. / © ANDROIDPIT

If you're using a smartphone or tablet without a SIM card, you can continue using WhatsApp as long as you have an account associated with another phone. And you don’t need to stop using one device in order to access WhatsApp on another.


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You can turn your SIM-less device into an extension of your existing WhatsApp account by following these steps:
1. Open Chrome on the phone or tablet without a SIM card and access the settings in the top right.
2. Choose 'View as computer'.
3. Now go to the official WhatsApp Web page, which will display a QR code.
4. Open WhatsApp with the phone that has a SIM card, then go to the settings in the top right corner, select 'WhatsApp Web' and scan the QR code on the SIM-less device.
5. The device without a SIM will now show all your conversations and contacts, and you can use WhatsApp in the same way you always have.
It's a little long-winded, but this method allows you to keep messaging, without a SIM card, so it’s pretty useful.
Have you used WhatsApp without a SIM card? What method did you employ? Tell us about it in the comments below.
This text is based on an article by Sergio Colado for AndroidPIT Spain.
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