Ever since Tesla founder Elon Musk took charge of Twitter, he has been working to improve the company’s economics. Now they have made a plan to give users an ad-free experience.
If you too have been troubled by the repeated advertisements on Twitter. So the new owner of the company Elon Musk is going to fulfill this wish of yours as well. He has now made a plan to give Twitter users an Ad-Free Experience (Ads Free Twitter). However, for this, users will have to take a subscription plan (Twitter Subscription Plan).
Elon Musk himself tweeted that the advertisements coming on Twitter are sometimes very long. They will be resolved in the coming days.
Elon Musk is also upset with the advertisement
Giving information about this plan, Elon Musk wrote, ‘Advertisements come again and again on Twitter. Sometimes they are very big. In the coming days, efforts are being made to remove both these problems. Although the cost of the subscription will be slightly higher for this, in which users will get the experience of ‘zero advertisements’.
Elon Musk took over the reins of Twitter in October last year. Since then, on one side of the micro-blogging site, where the user is trying to improve the experience. On the other hand, he is also looking to increase Twitter’s income. For this, he has added many new features on Twitter.
Blue tick subscription also launched
To increase Twitter’s income, Elon Musk has also started Blue Tick Subscription. The ‘Blue Tick’ option used to indicate a verified account on Twitter was earlier available to select people, now any user can take it by paying a subscription fee. Not only this, but the company has also announced to provide some special features to such users.
Blue Tick subscription has been kept at $ 11 per month in the US. This is the same for Google Android users and Apple iOS users. Along with this, the company has also introduced a cheap plan for web users. Users using Twitter on the web can take a Blue Tick subscription for an annual payment of $ 84.
Twitter’s ‘Blue Tick Subscription‘ is currently available in the US, Canada, UK, New Zealand, Australia, and Japan.