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Twitter Blue launched in India, users will have to pay this much every month, the fee is more than the fixed price


Indian users have photographed the charges associated with blue ticks.
In exchange for this fee, some facilities will be given to the users.
Blue tick charges in India are higher than the fixed $8 fee.

New Delhi. Twitter Blue paid subscription has started in India and will cost ₹719 per month. Some users in India have started sharing images of signs they have received for Twitter Blue subscription. According to the pictures shared by these users, the price of Twitter Blue in India is higher than in the US.

Indians are being charged ₹719 per month, which is $8.93. However, this is higher than the normal $8 fee. Earlier, implementing Twitter Blue, Musk had said that the price would be adjusted in proportion to purchasing power in different countries.

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According to the news of Mint, it has been told in the reports that at present only a few people have received these indications for Twitter Blue. Earlier on November 6, Musk confirmed that Twitter Blue is expected to launch in India in less than a month.

These new features will be available in Twitter Blue

Earlier, Elon Musk had told that users who pay $ 8 per month for blue ticks on Twitter will be given more facilities.

  • Users with blue ticks will get priority in reply and search. Through this feature, it will be easy to eliminate spam and bot accounts.
  • Users paying $ 8 per month will also be given the facility to post longer videos and audios on Twitter.
  • These users will also not have to pay for the content of the publishers who work with this social media platform.

On the plan to charge money for blue ticks, Elon Musk said that the money received from users will be used to encourage Twitter’s content creators.

Earlier news agency ANI had reported that Twitter had started labeling Indian government handles and Indian media as ‘official’ ahead of the roll-out of blue tick subscriptions across India. The ‘official’ label was seen on the Twitter handles of various organizations of the Government of India.

Tags: Elon Musk, Twitter, Twitter Blue Tick



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