Want to add Blue Tick next to your name on Twitter, know how much it will cost per month - tophindigyan

Want to add Blue Tick next to your name on Twitter, know how much it will cost per month

The days of using Blue Tick for free Twitter profiles are over, the owner of Twitter has told how much money will be charged per month

Twitter Blue Tick: Elon Musk made several big decisions after buying Twitter . The top level of the company has been retrenched. Now fixed the fee for verified account. Musk said in a tweet that users have to pay $8 to get a blue tick. However, he also clarified that the amount of money will change in different countries.

Interestingly, Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk himself tweeted the price of the Blue subscription. It also said what benefits the users will get. Users will get priority in searches, replies and mentions if they have a blue subscription. According to Musk, this feature will prevent spam and scams. Besides, users can now post long videos and audios.

However, it is not yet clear how much Twitter’s Blue subscription will cost in India. Generally, other subscription services are expensive in the US but are cheaper in India For example, Netflix’s subscription service is the cheapest in the country.

Blue subscriptions to Twitter show fewer ads in the feed than normal users. Musk also said that Blue subscription subscribers will be able to read paid articles for free if publishers strike a deal with Twitter. Musk wrote in a tweet, ‘Twitter’s income will increase due to blue subscription. Content creators will also be rewarded’

According to the company’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday, Musk dissolved the board of directors as the owner of Twitter. Now there is only one member on the board. It is the mask itself. Incidentally, the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, bought Twitter for $44 billion.

Soon after the deal was completed, Musk removed Twitter’s Indian-origin CEO Parag Agarwal and top legal officer Vijaya Gadde. As Twitter’s new owner, Musk tweeted on Friday morning, ‘Let the good times roll.’ He said, Twitter users will no longer have high-low distinctions – everyone is one and free.

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