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Twitter Update: You will soon have to pay for using Twitter, Elon Musk tweeted the information, know for whom it will be free

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Now Twitter will Charge Users: Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, who was in the news after buying Twitter last week, and the Twitter company are once again in the news. This time the topic of discussion is such that it is related to its users. Yes, Elon Musk has made it clear after buying it that users will have to pay a charge for using Twitter in the future. Elon Musk has given this information by tweeting. However, he has also made it clear that it will remain free as always for its casual users.

what Elon Musk said

Elon Musk has said in his tweet that, “Twitter will always be free for casual users. But commercial and government users may have to pay a small cost for this.”

A lot can change on Twitter

Let us tell you that after buying Twitter, Elon Musk can completely change its management. The discussion is in full swing that he can show the way out of the current CEO of Twitter, Parag Agarwal and Policy Head Vijaya Gadde. It has been revealed in many media reports that Elon Musk wants to make many big changes in the company. Although Parag Agarwal and Vijaya Gadde will be removed, no one has confirmed yet.

Last week’s deal

Let us tell you that Elon Musk had been trying to buy Twitter for a long time, but his point was not being made. After a lot of struggle, a deal was struck between Elon Musk and Twitter on 25 April and Tesla CEO Elon Musk managed to buy this micro-blogging site. He bought Twitter for $44 billion. After this deal, there was discussion that a lot could change in Twitter. The company can bring many new policies.

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