This news will surprise you! Instagram users may have to pay Rs 89 per month, the new model will be launched soon.

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New Delhi. Although Instagram has always been popular, since the ban on tick-tock in India, Rails has consistently and rapidly connected people. In such a scenario, it can be said that Instagram has been one of the most popular social media platforms for inspiring and content creators. Various features were introduced to make it better. These features help to double the user experience. But now Instagram is testing a feature that may surprise you.

Photo-sharing platform Instagram is about to launch its subscription model. Users may have to pay to view stories or access other creators’ content. This news can be confirmed as Instagram subscriptions are listed on the App Store as in-app purchases.

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In India, the monthly fee for “Instagram Subscription” in the App Store list for Instagram is Rs. 89. This means that customers may have to pay Rs. 89 per month for this subscription. Earlier, the App Store list for Instagram only included app purchase badges ranging from Rs 89 to Rs 449.

Adam Musey, head of Instagram, left some hints earlier this year. According to him, the platform is looking for a subscription model for content creators. However, we understand that it happens that the average user may face problems because they cannot pay these fees. If you look, it’s not just Instagram that has jumped into the subscription race because Twitter has already launched a version of the subscription, Twitter Blue.

In addition to Instagram subscriptions, the photo sharing platform is working on a number of features, including a fan club feature. The only purpose is to create content. Speaking at Creators’ Week in June, Mussoorie pointed out three ways. These methods will help the creators to make money. This includes merchandise and affiliate marketing, advertising revenue shares and tips or badges.

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Coming to the upcoming subscription model, it may help to charge followers for exclusive content from creators and influencers. It can be a way or a platform for creators to showcase their best work. This will allow creators to pay their followers to view and experience this content. Earlier this year, the head of Instagram also hinted at creating a market for NFTs.

However, it is worth noting that Instagram has not officially announced its subscription model. We can expect that the platform is still testing the service with a limited number of users. However, it seems that the listing of the App Store has made this feature the center of attention and that too globally. In the US, Instagram subscriptions range from $ 0.99 to $ 4.99. It has also been suggested that there may be multiple levels in the platform for users to subscribe. More details on the subscription model will be available in due course.

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