IMO & Messenger calling is Blocked in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia users say video and voice chat platform IMO messenger has stopped working in the Saudi Arabia as of yesterday.
IMO messenger, which works on both the iOS and Android devices, allows users to send messages as well as make free Skype-like calls from mobile devices.
Several users in the country who had been able to make calls until Sunday night told this website that the messenger platform stopped working since Monday morning.
“I don’t even hear a ring tone now. Looks like it has been blocked,” says Anwar who works with an Saudi Company .
“It was the only VoIP messenger that worked flawlessly from my phone, until yesterday
IMO can be used to make voice calls, as well as send messages apart from sharing pictures. The messenger however has a few flaws where an intended recipient is able to see the text even as you type them on your screen.
Also an incoming voice call from the telecom network will simultaneously get connected along with the VoIP call.
IMO messenger has been gaining traction in recent months.