Twitter Subscription Plans With Higher Prices Will Not Include Ads: Elon Musk

The billionaire added that Twitter's ads are "too big" and "too frequent," and that in the upcoming weeks, measures would be taken to solve these problems

Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, tweeted on Saturday that the social media platform's expensive subscription will not include adverts.

The billionaire added that Twitter's ads are "too big" and "too frequent," and that in the upcoming weeks, measures would be taken to solve these problems.

Nearly 90 per cent of Twitter's income comes from the sale of digital adverts, and Musk recently blamed a "huge loss in revenue" on rights groups that persuaded companies to suspend their Twitter advertising.

Earlier in December, Musk declared that by 2023, Twitter will provide a higher tier with no adverts and that its Basic blue tick will have half as many of them.

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