Elon Musk has advanced that an increase in the Twitter subscription will not include ads, after complaining that “they are very frequent” and “very large”.
Musk, the sole owner of the social network, which he bought last year for US$44 billion, regularly uses tweets to report his plans, what he thinks or ask questions, and also indicated that measures will be taken in the coming weeks to address the theme of the announcements.
“The ads are too frequent on Twitter and too big” and that “steps are being taken to address both in the coming weeks,” said the billionaire, who is carrying out massive layoffs at the company.
“In addition, there will be a higher-priced subscription that allows zero ads,” he said.
Musk has also noted that in the coming months, the platform will translate and recommend “amazing” tweets from people from other countries and cultures.