Snapchat is reportedly testing a paid subscription called Snapchat+ internally, as confirmed by Snap spokesperson Liz Markman. Paid subscriptions from Snapchat are said to give users early access to features and other capabilities announced on the app. As previously reported, a one-month subscription to Snapchat+ is expected to cost 4.59 EUR (approximately Rs 370), while users can purchase a six-month plan for 24.99 EUR (approximately Rs 2,000). ). The one-year subscription plan is said to come with a price tag of EUR 45.99 (about Rs 3,700).
Social networks Snapchat is working internally on its paid subscription service, declare Snap spokesperson Liz Markman in a statement to The Verge. In a statement to the website, Markman shared that the company is currently busy doing early internal testing of Snapchat+. “We’re excited about the potential to share exclusive, beta, and pre-release features with our subscribers, and learn more about how we can serve our community in a meaningful way. the best,” he added.
As previously reported, applied researcher Alessandro Paluzzi shared Expected subscription costs for Snapchat+ on Twitter. As the tweet pointed out, the one-month Snapchat+ subscription is said to cost 4.59 EUR (about 370 Rs), while the subscription costs 24.99 EUR. Furthermore, the paid service for a year will cost the user 45.99 EUR (approximately Rs 3,750). Alternatively, the company may offer a one-week free trial to users to incentivize paid subscriptions. According to the report, the payment will be linked to the user’s Play Store account and the service will be automatically renewed after a selected period of time until the user cancels.
Snapchat+ is also said to offer users custom Snapchat icons and a special badge. Users are supposed to be allowed to pin chats with friends.