Snapchat Launches Premium Plan At Rs 315/Month With These Features, Ads Still Exists! India Launch?
The camera and social media company Snap Inc has announced the release of a paid version of its widely used social media platform Snapchat.
The latest service providing the premium tier version of the multimedia instant messaging app will include a series of additional new features, which will help more than 332 million individuals using the application on a daily basis to express themselves even better, as per the company’s release.
Here’s everything you need to know about the new paid version of Snapchat and the locations it will be available at.
Sneak Peek of New Features in Snapchat+
The US-based Snap Inc released a press release on June 19, 2022, informing about launching a new paid version of Snapchat, called ‘Snapchat+’.
It is a collection of exclusive, experimental, and pre-release features, available on the Snapchat platform and priced at $3.99/month.
”We’ve always enjoyed creating new features for our community, and historically we’ve tested new features in different ways, rolling them out to various Snapchatters and geographies. The subscription will allow us to deliver new Snapchat features to some of the most passionate members of our community and allow us to provide prioritized support,” stated the release.
Countries Where Snapchat+ Will be Available
Snap has announced that the new premium feature will be made available at the launch in these countries:
- United States,
- United Kingdom,
- Saudi Arabia, and
- United Arab Emirates.
The company will expand the Snapchat+ feature to more countries over time. All one has to do to access the new features in the aforementioned countries (on launch) is simply tapping ‘Snapchat+’ on their Snapchat profile and they can get started just like that.
The number of people using Snapchat rose meteorically during the Covid-19 pandemic, but the platform is witnessing a tumultuous few months.
The company had to slash its profit and revenue forecasts in May and reduce the hiring due to the same.
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