Ads will not be visible on Facebook and Instagram, Meta can charge this much price for the new plan

Ad-free Instagram-Facebook: If you also use Meta's popular platforms Instagram and Facebook, then this information can be useful for you. Very soon you are going to see ads disappearing on Instagram and Facebook. Yes, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is going to introduce some new changes in this regard very soon. Zuckerberg can announce an ad-free subscription plan for users.

Oct 9, 2023 - 12:30
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Ads will not be visible on Facebook and Instagram, Meta can charge this much price for the new plan

If you also use Meta's popular platforms Instagram and Facebook, then this information can be useful for you. Very soon you are going to see ads disappearing on Instagram and Facebook.

Yes, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is going to introduce some new changes in this series very soon. If media reports are to be believed, Zuckerberg can announce an ad-free subscription plan for users. It is believed that ad-free subscription plans can be introduced for Indian users only in 2024.

Actually, such subscription plans announced by Meta can be taken with the privacy rules in the European Union (EU). According to reports, Meta is being considered to be monetized at the global level.

If reports are to be believed, the company is complying with the Digital Personal Data Privacy Act. There will also be discussions to ensure compliance with the rules related to data security. The ad-free subscription plan for the paid service will be trialed first in the European Union. Only after this will this type of plan be introduced for Indian users. It is being told that the plan can be presented in mid-2024 or at the end of the year.

Let it be known that this is not the first time that such news is coming out. Even before this, the Wall Street Journal had reported on this plan of Meta.

Actually, it is believed that the company can charge 14 dollars (about Rs 1165) monthly for ad free subscription to Instagram on mobile phones. With this plan, users will be able to be assured of the security of their data.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer