Twitter A Verified Badge Cost Users $20 A Month, Report 


Twitter A Verified Badge Cost Users $20 A Month, Report

Earlier on Sunday,  Musk plans to pay for the feature behind Twitter Blue, a subscription service that currently costs $4.99 to charge verified accounts. .

Citing people familiar with the matter and “internal correspondence,” The Verge reported later Sunday that Twitter would charge $19.99 for an upgraded Twitter Blue subscription and that users currently have their confirmations. There are paid accounts. You will have 90 days to sign up before losing the badge.

Twitter plans to charge monthly for verification

According to the report, Musk wants to launch the feature by November 7 and has warned the team working on it that they will be fired if they don’t meet the deadline.

It’s unclear how the change would apply to verified accounts of government agencies, political leaders or companies, though Musk has previously indicated he wants to charge those entities to use Twitter.

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Although it took barely three days for Musk to become “Tweet Central,” Musk was quick to make changes to Twitter, changing its homepage for users who had already logged out. With the help of Tesla engineers it has brought on as a consultant to Twitter, it is planning massive layoffs aimed at middle managers and engineers who have not recently contributed to the codebase. Those cuts are expected to begin this week as managers are already making lists of employees to cut. Musk was tasked with implementing projects on Thursday evenings, so employees are working late nights and weekends.

Twitter Blue subscriptions were widely launched about a year ago, as a way for some publishers to view ad-free articles and make other changes to the app, such as a different colored home screen icon. In the few quarters Twitter has reported earnings since its debut as a public company, advertising has been a large part of its revenue. Musk wants to increase subscriptions to make up half of the company’s total revenue.


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