A few weeks ago, Snapchat launched SnapChat Premium.
It’s the premium subscription option for premium Snapchat channels that are not SnapChat, including the popular Snapchat Stories and the premium Snapchat Podcasts.
SnapChat offers free unlimited access to its channels and premium Snapchat accounts.
Snapchat is a subsidiary of Google and Facebook, and the Snapchat app is available on iOS and Android.
Snapchat is owned by Google and it’s owned by Facebook.
In a tweet, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel said that “the premium channels are going to be available to all users who sign up for Snapchat.”
He said the new channels will have a similar structure to the ones that Snapchat offered in 2017.
Snap Chat Premium will be available for $5 a month, and Snapchat said it would start accepting new subscribers on July 6.
The new premium channels will offer the same features Snapchat offers in 2017, including a new Premium Snapshot feature, the ability to filter videos by location, and unlimited access.
The premium channels also support premium photo filters and high-quality photos.
Snapchat said in a blog post that “we want to make it easier to find content you want to watch, but we also want to give you more control over how you use Snap.”
The premium Snapchat apps will not offer content from Snapchat’s own news and photos app.
But the company has added Snapchat Stories to the premium channels and is also adding premium podcasts, which will feature premium content.
The SnapChat podcast apps will offer podcasts and other content that Snapchat said will be added to the company’s Snapchat Stories channel on July 18.
Snapchat will start accepting subscribers on June 30.