Meta floats $14 a month ad-free plan for Instagram, Facebook in EU
Meta Platforms is reportedly considering a plan to offer ad-free versions of Instagram and Facebook to users in the European Union for a monthly fee of around 10 euros ($10.46) on desktop and 13 euros on mobile. This comes after the social media company was fined 390 million euros for data privacy violations. Meta has informed European regulators that it hopes to launch the subscription no ads (SNA) plan in the coming months.
Facebook and Instagram could charge for ad-free services in EU
Meta’s social networks consider charging €13 a month on mobile and €17 on desktop, say sourcesMark Zuckerberg’s Meta is considering charging users in the EU €13 (£11) a month to access an ad-free version of Instagram or Facebook on their phones, as the company grapples with regulatory pressure on how it uses people’s data.Meta is also weighing a €17 charge to use Instagram and Facebook without adverts on desktop, according to sources close to th…
Meta Floats $14 A Month Ad-Free Plan For Instagram, Facebook In Europe: Report
Meta Platforms is considering charging $14 per month for ad-free subscriptions to Instagram or Facebook for European users, according to a proposal submitted to regulators, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Facebook and Instagram users in Europe could get ad-free subscription option, WSJ reports - Seymour Tribune
LONDON (AP) — Meta plans to give Facebook and Instagram users in Europe the option of paying for ad-free versions of the social media platforms as a way to comply with the continent’s strict data privacy rules, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday. The company wants to charge users about 10 euros ($10.50) a month […]
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