World’s richest man and serial innovator, Elon Musk, has hinted that upon completion of his latest acquisition, Twitter, users would pay a fee to access and operate the platform.
The microblogging app has evolved from being a regular social media app to being a marketing tool for businesses, corporate societies, and many more.
- Twitter has a benchmark of about 206 million users per day and an all-time user base of 396.5 million.
- Elon Musk is looking to generate revenue from the social app by charging businesses and the government a slight fee for usage.
In case you missed it
- Elon Musk bought Twitter for $43 million just after acquiring 9.1% of stake in the company.
- The tech guru also placed Twitter stock at $54.20 per share.
What they are saying
Elon Musk on Twitter assured users that the platform would be free to casual users while government and commercial users would have to pay a fee. He also promised to unlock the full potential of the microblogging app.
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