Snapchat Debuts Its Premium Version In Certain Countries Worldwide

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Snapchat has officially debuted its premium version in certain locations across the globe after a few leaks and rumors. Some special features are available to subscribers of Snapchat+, which is named Snapchat+.

Over 332 million people worldwide use Snapchat every day to express themselves, live in the moment, learn about the world, and have fun together. 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.

Snapchat+ was made available to the whole public.

In the official launch article, Snapchat said that they are beginning to roll out Snapchat+, a mix of premium, innovative, and pre-release services that can be purchased for $3.99/month. This subscription will enable us to bring new features to some of our most dedicated members of our community and to prioritize our support, we’ve been told by Snap Inc.

While Twitter’s Twitter Blue membership program offers some nifty benefits, it does not enable users access to ad-free content, and it looks like Snap is following Twitter’s lead.

Costs and advantages of Snapchat+

At the time of writing, Snapchat+ costs $3.99 per month, or around Rs. 314 per month. When it comes to generating cash outside of advertising, Snapchat+ is the business’s first effort. Premium features like the opportunity to pin your BFF at the top of your conversation, see who rewatched your tale, and customize the way the app’s symbol looks will be available to those who pay a monthly charge.
For the time being, Snapchat+ is only accessible in the following countries: the United States; Canada; the United Kingdom; France; Germany; Australia; New Zealand; Saudi Arabia; as well as the United Arab Emirates; and Canada; the United Kingdom. Team Snap also announced that Snapchat+ will be released in other areas across the globe in the not-too-distant future.

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