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Social media giant Meta could start charging users its European users around $14 per month for an ad-free subscription to Instagram and Facebook, reported Wall Street Journal. The report notes that Meta officials have shared the plan privacy regulators in Ireland, digital competition regulators in Brussels along with EU privacy regulators. 

Meta told regulators that it is planning to roll out the subscription no ads (SNA) plan for European users in the coming months, giving users the choice between continuing to access Facebook and Instagram with personalized ads or pay for their services without any ads.

The WSJ report notes that Meta is planning to charge European users around 10 euros or $10.46 for a montly subscription to Facebook or Instagram on desktop with around $6 euros added for each additonal account. 

Moreover, the subscription price would jump to roughly 13 euros a month on mobile devices because Meta would factor in commissions charged by Apple’s and Google’s app stores on in-app payments,



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Updated: 03 Oct 2023, 09:17 AM IST


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