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  • Facebook Messenger brings in the brands
  • Facebook Messenger brings in the brands
    Peter Batty (2014) ©
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Facebook Messenger brings in the brands

More than 600 million people use Facebook Messenger each month to send texts, photos and videos. In March 2015 at the company’s F8 developer conference, Zuckerberg announced that you’ll soon be chatting to your favourite brand via the platform as easily as you do your best mate.

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