The social network X, formerly known as Twitter, has introduced two new paid subscriptions. One of these was Premium+, which allows you to use the platform completely without advertising, although only via a web browser for now – subscribers will continue to see advertising in the mobile application for the time being.
On Friday, the company introduced two new tariff plans. The first of these, Premium+, offers users the full range of platform tools and features without ads. This subscription costs around $16 per month. However, it should be noted that the new tariff is currently only available to those users who use the platform via a web browser.
The second basic plan is offered for $3 per month. It includes the core features of the platform available to paid subscribers, but with advertising. This plan might be interesting for those who don’t want to pay more but want to take advantage of the social network’s main paid features, especially the recently launched video and audio calling features. This innovation is part of Musk’s strategy to make X a universal app.
Musk, who acquired Twitter for $44 billion, is actively looking for different ways to monetize the social network. After a large investment, it is of course time to pay back the capital.