Twitter Blue, the organization’s paid subscription service, is now accessible in over 20 new countries.
Among them are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia.Information Guide Nigeria
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Twitter Blue, which offers a number of additional perks to users willing to pay $8 per month, was relaunched late last year following a series of delays and last-minute alterations. Among other features, it allows users to edit tweets, organize bookmarked tweets into folders, use NFT Profile Pictures, change app themes, post hour-long videos, and compose longer tweets.
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Some features that were previously available to all Twitter users but have since been removed, such as SMS-based two-factor authentication, are now available on Twitter Blue. And in the future, Twitter Blue will provide users with the option to view fewer advertisements in their timeline.
Please note that Twitter Blue is more affordable on the website than on mobile. On iOS and Android, it costs $114 per year, while Twitter’s website charges $84 per year. Prices vary by market; in Europe, the monthly plan costs 8 euros per month and the annual plan costs 84 euros per month.JAMB Result
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