Tech News Desk – Meta keeps making some new changes from time to time. This time the news is coming that the company is preparing to take money for ad free Facebook and Instagram. Yes, the company has proposed that it wants to offer subscription plans of Instagram and Facebook for European users. In such a situation, users will not see advertisements and they will not be tracked for advertisements. A new media report has revealed that this new plan has come when the European Union has made the rules extremely strict to curb the power of American big tech companies. Tightened it.
Companies make billions in profits
Mark Zuckerberg’s company Meta earns billions of dollars in profits by giving the personal data of its users to advertisers.
But due to new European rules and the European Union Court, the company has put a stop to this. This clearly shows that these tech companies are incurring huge losses.
After this, Meta has presented this proposal to the regulators of the European Union. Let us tell you that this is another example of how big tech companies are meeting new EU rules and adopting practices.
I will have to pay so much money
Now the question arises that how much money will the users have to pay. Let us tell you that in Europe, users will have to pay 10 euros i.e. about Rs 873 every month for the desktop version of Instagram or Facebook.
Whereas for Instagram, smartphone users will have to pay 13 euros per month. Let us tell you that till now no such information has been revealed regarding Indian users.
The trend of subscription plans is increasing rapidly
Almost every social media platform has been moving towards subscription plans in the last few months.
Whether due to data privacy regulations or to guarantee a better experience for users, these social media platforms have started introducing many new subscription plans for their users.
what will be the change
This new update can help in complying with the Digital Markets Act as well as many other regulations.
It also falls under the rules governing what big tech companies can and can’t do in Europe. This rule also includes a ban on tracking users.