According to Telegram Info, the Viber messenger has banned transfers to links in the t.me format that are related to posts on Telegram.
Recently, users have noticed that the Viber mobile application refuses to highlight t.me links in messages and prevents them from following these links. The reason behind the implementation of such an action by the messenger application is not clear.
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Of course, it should be noted that links such as tginfo.t.me, tx.me/tginfo and telegram.me/tginfo will continue to work as usual.
Telegram username market police known as Fragment was launched last week. In addition, Telegram messenger now has the ability to publish paid content such as photos or videos.