More than 20 countries in Europe are now able to use Twitter’s paid service, Twitter Blue.
The countries are: the Czech Republic, Finland, Denmark, Greece, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Slovakia, Latvia, Slovenia, Estonia, Croatia, Luxembourg, Malta, and Cyprus. They also include the Netherlands, Poland, Ireland, Belgium, Sweden, Romania, and the Netherlands.
With this growth, the social network’s subscription service is now accessible in more than 35 nations worldwide. Twitter Blue was initially introduced by Elon Musk in December at a price range of $8 per month with the Blue Verification Mark for paying users
Subsequently, the business added services like the ability to publish videos lasting 60 minutes, tweets with 4,000 characters or more, and priority in chats. The proposal also includes a thread reader, a bookmark feature, and the ability to edit tweets.
In an effort to attract more users, Twitter earlier in January introduced an annual plan for $84. Twitter recently introduced the yearly package, which costs $114, on both iOS and Android.
Musk has been counting on subscription plans to generate a lot of revenue, but the early signs aren’t promising. The new Twitter Blue service only has fewer than 300,000 customers, according to estimations and statistics.
Early last week, a lot of users experienced issues using Twitter’s timelines, searches, and direct messages. These problems emerged following the most recent round of job cuts, in which Musk reportedly let go of more than 200 employees.