Twitter ad-free subscription plan will be available in the coming weeks
The microblogging service Twitter is working on an expensive membership package with no advertisements. Twitter’s new ad-free membership plan, announced by CEO Elon Musk, will roll out in the following weeks. “Ads are too frequent and too big on Twitter.” taking steps to address both in the coming weeks. “Also, there will be a higher-priced subscription that allows zero ads,” he tweeted.
Furthermore, a Twitter user known as “The Rabbit Hole” responded to Musk’s message by asking, “Can individual users opt to monetize accounts through ads?”Currently, advertisers reach out individually to users; creating a solution integrated with the platform will let Twitter take a cut and give creators a pathway to monetizing our content”. To which Musk replied: “Maybe there’s a way to do this by placing an ad below the tweet details.”
Also, there will be a higher priced subscription that allows zero ads— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 21, 2023
The cost of a Twitter Blue membership for the Android platform was just published by the company, which is owned by Elon Musk. Twitter’s Blue service for Android users now costs consumers $11 a month, up from the previous $10 fee. Starting at $8/month (or $84/year) in supported countries, the Twitter Blue Plan grants early access to services in addition to the coveted blue badge.
The United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the United Kingdom are the only countries where new Twitter Blue memberships may be purchased through the web, iOS, or Android. For the first 90 days, new accounts cannot purchase Twitter Blue subscriptions.
Apple will send a reminder to everyone who signed up for Twitter Blue for $7.99 on iOS that their membership would be renewed at the then-current rate of $11.99 per month (or your local equivalent) until they cancel it. iOS users who paid $2.99 or $4.99 per month for a subscription must now pay either $8 per month or $84 per year on the web or $11 per month on iOS (or the local rate) to maintain their service.