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Many WhatsApp users are currently migrating because new terms and conditions will come into force on February 8, 2021. How you can also delete your WhatsApp account, I have summarized that for you in the following. The instructions for deleting a WhatsApp account are split between the iOS application on the iPhone and the app on Android devices. You can find WhatsApp alternatives here.
If you use the Messenger from Facebook on iOS on the iPhone, then deleting the user account is not difficult at all. Before doing this, you should copy out important chats or individual pieces of information that you don't want to lose or take screenshots. You can save important things quickly and easily as text using Web WhatsApp on a Mac or PC. When the most important things are secured, you can delete your WhatsApp account - and it works like this:
If you use the WhatsApp Messenger from Facebook on an Android smartphone, removing the user account is not particularly difficult here either. Of course, when using the Android mobile phone, it is also possible to save important chats or individual information manually - via screenshot or via WhatsApp Web on a Mac or PC. Then simply copy the text and paste it into a text file. Once that's done, you can delete the WhatsApp account - here are the instructions:
Source: Official FAQ
If you delete your user account in the green messenger app from Facebook, you do not have to accept the terms and conditions, which will apply from February 8, 2021. However, you can of course no longer use the app without an account. Some data will also be lost. WhatsApp summarizes this directly in the app and on the FAQ pages on the Internet as follows:
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