Err… Probably not.
I mean, if I can still have access to Twitter as it is, I don’t see the reason to pay to get more features, but the professionals amongst us might.
Which is why Twitter is targeting them and is thinking about launching a paid membership service that would give these users more revamped experience to utilize the platform for showcasing, news-casting and other different fields.
Scoop: Twitter is developing an 'advanced TweetDeck' that would be available for monthly subscription fee & feature a range of new features: pic.twitter.com/MlKw8xZlVS
— Andrew Tavani (@andrewtavani) March 23, 2017
This premium service could come baked in Tweetdeck —an existing interface that helps users navigate Twitter. In other words, the company might be interested in creating a “premium service” version of TweetDeck “with more powerful tools to help marketers, journalists, professionals, and others,” The Verge reported.
By the way, rumors claim that Twitter is suggesting a price of $19.99 per month —about N8,000— to access the premium model.