Snapchat has begun testing a paid subscription tier that will give users early access to new features, according to a company spokesperson to The Verge, who confirmed that the company is conducting early internal testing of Snapchat Plus, a new subscription service for Snapchat users. .
“We’re excited to be able to share exclusive, beta, and back-version features with our subscribers, and learn more about how the service can best be delivered,” he added.
According to the company, the feature will allow users to pin one friend as #1 BFF and will give them access to some exclusive codes. “Snapchat Plus” users will also get a badge on their profile, and they will have the means to see their friends’ locations over the past 24 hours if These friends share their location with the user, and they will also see how many friends have re-viewed their stories and based on the details discovered, the service will cost users €4.59 ($4.83) per month or €45.99 ($48.41) per year.
These features and prices could change by the time the feature is ready to launch if Snap decides to offer the service, and since social networks and other apps also offer or operate on their own paid tiers, it wouldn’t be surprising if Snapchat Plus became available, and Twitter appeared. Blue” debuted in the US last year as a $3 option for users who want additional features like an undo button.
Telegram also confirmed that it will be launching the Premium tier sometime this month to give its ardent fans access to larger uploads, as well as more speed and resources.