Snapchat is planning to release Snapchat+ with premium subscription features soon
Snapchat, the multimedia instant messaging software, is preparing to launch Snapchat+, which will include premium subscription capabilities. Users who subscribe to a new service called Snapchat+, according to a company representative, would gain access to premium features. Snapchat+ will include features such as putting friends to the top of the list, premium stickers, and special badges. The paid subscription apparently includes access to special icons, data on how many friends rewatched tales, and the chance to visualize your orbit with BFF.
Alessandro Paluzzi, a well-known leaker, and reverse engineer published further information about Snapchat + that he had access to. According to Paluzzi, Snapchat+ will be available in three plans: a one-month plan for 4.59 Euro, a six-month plan for 24.99 Euro, and a 12-month plan for 45.99 Euro. Premium features, according to a Snap Inc spokeswoman, are now in the early stages of testing. Subscribers will soon receive information on pre-release features and other information. The messaging software will be able to update and become more efficient as a result of user feedback and experience.
Snapchat isn’t the first social media app to offer premium paid services. Telegram had already indicated its desire to launch a separate telegram service that would require a membership.
Telegram Premium is said to have capabilities including 4 GB uploads, quicker downloads, and voice-to-text conversion. Premium stickers, profile badges, and animated profile images are among the other features. Twitter and Instagram are both developing premium versions of their own social networking networks. Snapchat has a different user base than other social media, with most of its users being teenagers.
Customers are unsure about the future of standard services as all of the social media behemoths up the ante on premium subscription services. Few consumers believe that corporations would utilize advertisements to monetize non-premium sites. Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy, and Reggie Brown, all former Stanford University students, developed Snapchat in 2011. The company’s estimated net worth is $25 billion as of 2021.