Question: Does the military use WhatsApp?

In light of the recent coronavirus pandemic, the army are now advocating the use of the instant messaging service. Today, new rules around passing official information via the application are now being implemented.

Does the Army use WhatsApp?

Whilst the use of WhatsApp to conduct Army business is discouraged by the Army and MOD, AFF is concerned that, in reality, it is widely used; extending the working day and affecting work life balance.

What app do soldiers use to communicate?

New Delhi: The Army has developed an in-house WhatsApp-like messaging application called Secure Application for Internet (SAI) for its personnel, to dodge the threat of sensitive military communications getting leaked to enemy agencies.

Do soldiers have to pay for WiFi?

As it turns out, deployed soldiers typically pay $60-$185 per month for Wi-Fi allowing them to connect with family and friends while deployed. While soldiers in the field do have access to free Wi-Fi, it is only available in a single recreational zone shared by thousands of other soldiers.

Does army use Gmail?

The U.S. State Department, NASA and the Army also have moved some of their email services to Gmail.

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