Elon Musk Officially Drops Twitter Blue Verification for $8 a Month

As promised, Elon Musk’s Twitter announced Saturday that users can verify its authenticity with a once-required blue check for $7.99 a month.

“Get Twitter Blue if you sign up now,” the ad reads. “The blue check mark: Power to the people. Your account will get a blue check mark, just like the celebrities, companies and politicians you follow.”

“Soon…half the ads and much, much better,” the statement added. “Because you support Twitter in the fight against bots, we’ll reward you with half the ads and make them twice as relevant.”

Twitter also promised that users would be able to post longer videos and that there would be a “priority ranking for high-quality content”.

Twitter Blue is available with verification on iOS in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom, according to the company.

The new service comes amid layoffs after Elon Musk bought the company and became CEO.
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Twitter Blue comes with fewer ads and the ability to post longer videos with verification.
Twitter Blue comes with fewer ads and the ability to post longer videos with verification.
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Musk is added in tweet: “Throw me in the trash all day, but it would cost me $8.”

change comes Amidst mass layoffs on the social media platform.

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