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Twitter to relaunch Twitter Blue $8 services on November 29

Twitter Blue: It appears that Elon Musk brought a massive wave of changes with him when he took over Twitter. The Twitter Blue subscription was the subject of his initial announcement. It appears that the wait is now finally ended. Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, said on Wednesday that the Twitter Blue Check subscription […]

Edited By : Vikas Kumar | Updated: Nov 16, 2022 18:35 IST
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Twitter Blue: It appears that Elon Musk brought a massive wave of changes with him when he took over Twitter. The Twitter Blue subscription was the subject of his initial announcement. It appears that the wait is now finally ended. Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, said on Wednesday that the Twitter Blue Check subscription would be resuming on November 29.

Musk tweeted, “Punting Blue Verified launching to November 29 to make sure that it is rock solid.”

For those who are uninformed, please read this line carefully. Changes to names will immediately result in the deletion of the blue check if you already have a verified Twitter handle. Once they comply with Twitter’s terms of service, you will have to repeat the entire procedure.

As we all know, Twitter’s blue check was previously only accessible to verified accounts, such as politicians, and well-known individuals, including journalists, actors, and public figures. However, thanks to the subscription, anyone may now choose the blue checkmark; they just need to pay for it. To increase Twitter’s revenue, this action has been performed.

This breaking news comes after Elon Musk tweeted last week that Twitter would soon be reintroducing its Twitter Blue checkmark.

In the past, everyone and everybody took advantage of the possibility to impersonate when the checkmark was released. Then they changed their accounts to feature Elon Musk, and haters swarmed the microblogging platform.

On November 9, Twitter launched the blue subscription in the US, the UK, and other nations. Users must pay $8 a month to utilise it. India’s debut of the service has been officially verified.

First published on: Nov 16, 2022 06:35 PM IST

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