Since Elon Musk, the magnate who owns Tesla, bought Twitter, the social network has undergone many changes. In fact, it is now called X and seeks to be a platform that goes beyond a simple social network. That said, it seems that many will prefer to stay out of Twitter’s future since Elon Musk is thinking about charging everyone who wants to use it.
According to information from Dave Lee, a technology journalist who also writes for Bloomberg, Musk is thinking about an idea he had previously discussed privately. It turns out that he intends to start charging all Twitter users to allow them to use it.
“We are moving to a model of a small monthly payment to use the X system,” were Musk’s words, according to Lee.
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What does this mean? The new information indicates that you will have to pay a monthly fee to continue using Twitter (or X if you prefer to call it that way). This means that you will not be able to post new messages or see someone else’s posts unless you are willing to pay this amount.
According to Musk, this is an idea that seeks to completely eliminate bots from Twitter. Of course it will also help you generate profits and try to make the company profitable, but that is another story.
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How much will it cost to use Twitter | X?
Now, how much will you have to pay to use Twitter? At the moment it is a question that has no answer and we will have to wait for official details to confirm it.
That said, the report indicates that it will be a “lesser” amount than the X Premium subscription. This means that it will cost less than $145 MXN ($8 USD) per month.
This is the price of the Twitter|X Premium subscription
We will be on the lookout and will inform you when we have more details about it.
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