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Twitter Blue subscription relaunches today: All you need to know about

New Delhi: Micro blogging site Twitter has once again launched the paid premium verification service ‘Twitter Blue’. The company has introduced this service from Monday i.e. today with some changes. The company said users can now buy a subscription to Twitter Blue to get a Blue verified account and exclusive features. This service was earlier […]

Edited By : Shriti Aniraj | Updated: Dec 13, 2022 15:57 IST
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New Delhi: Micro blogging site Twitter has once again launched the paid premium verification service ‘Twitter Blue’. The company has introduced this service from Monday i.e. today with some changes. The company said users can now buy a subscription to Twitter Blue to get a Blue verified account and exclusive features. This service was earlier closed due to the problem of fake accounts.

Twitter had informed about the relaunch of this service on Saturday. “We’re relaunching Twitter Blue on Monday. Users will pay $8 per month to subscribe on the web and $11 per month to gain access to user features, including the blue checkmark on iOS,” the company wrote. After taking the subscription, you will get the facility of edit tweet, 1080p video upload reader mode and blue tick.

Giving information, Twitter said that subscribers will be able to change their handle, display name or profile photo, but if they do so, the blue tick will be removed from their account until their account is verified again by Twitter. . That is, if you change the profile photo, then you will have to verify the account again for Blue Tick.

Introducing the paid premium verification service, Twitter wrote, “Thank you for your patience as we work to improve the Blue service – we’re excited and look forward to sharing more with you soon!”

Elon Musk made several major changes after acquiring Twitter for $44 billion in October, including giving away Blue Tick subscriptions for $8 per month. This service was also started earlier, but many fake Twitter accounts in the US got blue ticks by paying $ 8 and then fake tweets from these accounts, upset by this, Twitter ordered to stop the blue tick subscriber service. were given Explain that American pharma company Eli Lilly had suffered a loss of about Rs 1,223 billion due to the tweets of fake accounts with blue ticks.

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Micro blogging site Twitter has once again launched the paid premium verification service ‘Twitter Blue’. The company has introduced this service from Monday i.e. today with some changes. The company said users can now buy a subscription to Twitter Blue to get a Blue verified account and exclusive features. This service was earlier closed due to the problem of fake accounts.

Paying more money to iPhone users

Twitter had informed about the relaunch of this service on Saturday. “We’re relaunching Twitter Blue on Monday. Users will pay $8 per month to subscribe on the web and $11 per month to gain access to user features, including the blue checkmark on iOS,” the company wrote. After taking the subscription, you will get the facility of edit tweet, 1080p video upload reader mode and blue tick.

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Blue tick will go away by changing photo

Giving information, Twitter said that subscribers will be able to change their handle, display name or profile photo, but if they do so, the blue tick will be removed from their account until their account is verified again by Twitter. . That is, if you change the profile photo, then you will have to verify the account again for Blue Tick.

Introducing the paid premium verification service, Twitter wrote, “Thank you for your patience as we work to improve the Blue service – we’re excited and look forward to sharing more with you soon!”

Had to close earlier
Elon Musk made several major changes after acquiring Twitter for $44 billion in October, including giving away Blue Tick subscriptions for $8 per month. This service was also started earlier, but many fake Twitter accounts in the US got blue ticks by paying $ 8 and then fake tweets from these accounts, upset by this, Twitter ordered to stop the blue tick subscriber service. were given Explain that American pharma company Eli Lilly had suffered a loss of about Rs 1,223 billion due to the tweets of fake accounts with blue ticks.

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First published on: Dec 12, 2022 03:04 PM IST
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