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Instagram Subscription Feature Entry in India! Creators will be able to earn good money


  • Instagram’s new feature may be launched in India
  • Users will be able to subscribe to exclusive content
  • Monthly charge will have to be paid for the content

New Delhi. Instagram recently started testing paid subscriptions with some content creators and influencers in the US, as we mentioned earlier. Let us tell you that these creators and influencers can earn through the subscription feature. Actually, through the subscription feature, the followers of these people will pay a monthly charge to watch their exclusive content. This exclusive content includes live videos, stories. After taking the subscription, a purple badge will also be given next to the username of the users. Let us tell you that now this feature has also been spotted in India, which is expected to be tested soon with Indian creators and influencers.

As per the information, Instagram is displaying the option to subscribe to select creator accounts. The subscription price is displayed in rupees with different prices including Rs. 89, Rs. 440, and includes Rs.890 per month. According to a report, the price of a paid subscription in the US will range from $0.99 (approximately Rs 74) to $99.99 (approximately Rs 7400) per month. No more than this subscription amount will be charged.

Let us tell you that Instagram subscription features are a great opportunity for creators and influencers to earn. Now it depends on the content of the creators and influencers that how many people subscribe to them because this thing will totally depend on the followers. However, there is every possibility that this new feature will get a good response and people will subscribe to their favorite creators and influencers. In the initial phase, people can avoid it a little bit, but the hope is that it will get good results. However, it will be possible to say anything about it only after the feature is fully launched in India.

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