Rajkotupdates.News: Do You Have to Pay Rs 89 per Month to Use Instagram!

According to iOS App Store listings, Instagram is preparing to launch a new subscription feature through which creators and influencers can earn money. This development follows Instagram CEO Adam Mossier’s announcement earlier this year that the company was investigating subscriptions.

TechCrunch reports that a new “Instagram Subscriptions” section has been added to the “In-App Purchases” section of the Instagram App Store page. Instagram Subscriptions are priced at Rs 89 per month; however, this pricing may change when the service launches.

The new subscription option is displayed alongside Instagram Badges that users can purchase to present to content creators during live sessions.

It is anticipated that Instagram Subscriptions will function similarly to Twitter Blue, granting followers access to exclusive content. Sensor Tower confirms that the first “Instagram Subscriptions” in-app purchase was added to the US App Store on November 1 for $4.99. On November 3, the $0.99 in-app purchase was added a few days later.

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Alessandro Paluzzi, a reverse engineer, and tipster, revealed in a series of tweets that Instagram is testing a subscribe icon that will appear on creator profiles. This allows followers to subscribe and access exclusive content, such as stories and live videos.

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When you DM (direct message) the creator or comment on their posts, a unique member badge will also display next to your username. This insignia is intended to prioritize interactions with the creator.

According to TechCrunch‘s report, creators can monitor their approximate revenues, active members, and expired memberships. Instagram will also allow creators to customize the name and price of their subscriptions. And admirers can cancel at any time they choose.

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In the meantime, many social media platforms, including TikTok, Snapchat, Pinterest, YouTube, and Twitter, have launched their own creator subscription platforms.