Twitter returns more expensive paid Blue Check service for iPhone users

TRIBUNNEWS.COMTwitter restart the service Twitter Blue on Monday (12/12/2022) today.

Twitter Blue is a service that allows users to have a blue tick on their account, by paying 8 dollars (approximately Rp 125,000) per month or 11 dollars (approximately Rp 172,000) per month for users. iPhone.

The move follows the service’s botched overhaul last month, which resulted in a number of impersonator accounts appearing on the platform, with some users seizing the opportunity to launch fake “verified” accounts. “big companies and public figures.

“We’re relaunching @TwitterBlue on Monday, subscribe on web for $8/mo or on iOS for $11/mo to get access to subscriber-only features, including blue ticks,” wrote Twitter.

Twitter added that users who are willing to pay $8 on the web or $11 a month through Apple’s App Store will stand out more on the platform than those who don’t.

Twitter also promises that followers will skyrocket to the top of replies, mentions, and searches.

Read also : Elon Musk will launch blue, gold and gray checks on Twitter, what’s the difference?

Twitter says this feature will be available soon.

According to the website Twitterthe blue tick service is currently available on iOS only in the United States (US), Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, with plans for expansion.

Twitter says putting customers first will help fight fraud and spam, referring to one of the scourges of platform owners, Elon Muskwho is trying to walk away from a deal to buy a business over concerns about annoying automated accounts.

Customers who try to change their username, display name or photo will temporarily lose the tick until the account is reviewed again, said Twitter.

Other features available to subscribers include the ability to edit tweets.

According to a trial launched by the company in September, shortly before Musk bought Twitterusers will be able to edit tweets up to 30 minutes after posting with a symbol indicating that the tweet has been edited.

Other planned new features include half the number of ads and the ability to post longer tweets.

The company also confirmed that it would introduce a color-coded verification system, with businesses receiving ticks or gold ticks and government accounts receiving gray ticks.

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