Twitter Blue subscription service expands to 20 new European countries, including the Netherlands, Poland, Ireland, and Belgium, among others.
The social media company introduced the subscription service in December 2021, offering users an array of exclusive features for an $8 monthly fee.
The package includes the Blue verification mark, 60-minute-long video posting, and 4,000-character-long tweets, among others. Users can also access legacy features, such as tweet editing functionality, bookmark folders, and thread readers.
In an attempt to boost subscribers, Twitter has introduced an annual plan at $84 per year, available on both iOS and Android, priced at $114. However, the subscription service has reportedly attracted less than 300,000 subscribers. Despite this, Twitter continues to invest in its subscription services, even as it struggles to increase its number of paying users.
Recent job cuts of more than 200 employees, including engineers and product managers, may have contributed to the problems that some Twitter users experienced earlier this week, including issues accessing timelines, searches, and direct messages.
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