Elon Musk, the billionaire, announced on Tuesday that Twitter Blue check subscription service will be reintroduced on November 29, 2022. This is a little delayed from his earlier preliminary timeline to bring the service back to the social media network.
According to Musk, changing someone’s verified name will result in the deletion of the blue check “until the name is certified by Twitter to fulfill rules of service.”
Moreover, he clarifies in a tweet that all blue ticks will be remove in a few months. Accounts that previously had verified blue ticks will need to pay the subscription charge to keep their verified status.
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Relaunch of Twitter Blue Check
Twitter launched the blue membership, which costs $8 (roughly Rs. 650) a month, on November 9, 2022, in the United States, the United Kingdom, and a few other countries. Furthermore, in the United States, the service, which provided users with a free verified badge, cost $7.99 (roughly Rs. 650). However, it is likely to cost Rs 719 in India.
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“Punting Blue Verified relaunch to November 29, 2022, to ensure that it is rock solid,” Musk stated in a tweet.
The blue check mark was reserve for verified accounts of politicians, celebrities, journalists, and other public people. However, a membership option, available to anybody willing to pay, was launch earlier this week to help Twitter increase income as Musk battles to keep advertisers.
Last week, in his first email, Elon Musk claimed that Twitter might not be able to “survive the upcoming economic downturn” if twitter will not be able to boost subscription revenue to offset falling advertising earnings. These three people saw the letter and told the press.
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