Twitter now offers lower annual memberships instead of monthly subscription rates
Elon Musk has been pursuing his goals since acquiring Twitter. Many opposed his Twitter Blue package system ambition. Twitter Blue offered $8 verification marks, fewer advertisements, a better algorithm, and other benefits. Instead of paying $8 per month online or $11 per month for iOS, which includes Apple’s 30% fee, consumers can now choose a cheaper annual membership. iOS and the browser are the only ways to join.
If you want to start investing right now, you can buy a yearly Twitter Blue membership online for $84, saving you 12 percent compared to a monthly web membership or 36 percent on iOS. Apple has allowed Twitter to pay for its cut this way before, so it’s unclear if it will complain. Reader apps and “multiplatform services” let you sign up for a subscription you bought elsewhere without paying Apple’s service fees.
The Twitter support page stated this new annual plan but made no other notable changes. If you pay for the blue tick monthly or annually, it will take time for it to display beside your name, and you will have to verify your phone number to activate it. Twitter has been charging for free services but not paying rent. The corporation has been sued for San Francisco rent non-payment, according to reports. Many Singaporean office workers were fired for not paying rent.
Three sources told the Financial Times on Tuesday that the first interest payment is due. Elon Musk spent $13 billion to buy Twitter for $44 billion. According to the report, Musk and several bankers are discussing revamping pricey, unsecured loans. After buying Twitter, Elon Musk has managed its shares poorly. He sank to $137 billion, a new Guinness World Record. He’s in debt and trying to make money from Twitter, his recent acquisition.