It will disable all ads
“There will also be a more expensive subscription without ads,” the billionaire wrote on his Twitter page over the weekend. So he responded to his own post, in which he admitted that ads on Twitter have become too large and too frequent, so they are working on a solution to this problem. The issue should be resolved within a few weeks.
On October 27, Musk closed a $44 billion deal to acquire Twitter and the social network of the same name. On November 6, he announced his intention to introduce paid account verification as part of his Twitter Blue subscription. Its cost was $8 per month, and on iOS the price is $11.