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Odysee launches premium plans with ad-free viewing and exclusive features

A way to support the free speech video sharing platform directly.
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Decentralized video sharing platform Odysee has launched two new premium plans for supporters who want to help the platform directly while gaining access to exclusive features.

The first plan, “Premium,” costs $0.99 a month (charged yearly) and gives you:

  • Exclusive features and early access to experimental features
  • A silver badge on your profile that displays on your channel page and next to your name on other parts of Odysee (such as your video descriptions and comments)

The second plan, “Premium+,” costs $2.99 a month (charged monthly or yearly at a discount) and gives you:

  • Exclusive features and early access to experimental features
  • A gold badge on your profile that displays on your channel page and next to your name on other parts of Odysee (such as your video descriptions and comments)
  • Ad-free viewing

Currently, Odysee isn’t able to provide refunds on its premium plans and is advising users to “choose wisely” when signing up for a premium plan.

Odysee added that stars will no longer display on profiles to indicate levels but the levels will remain.

“We’ve been blown away with the level of support we’ve received since launch, and we wanted to give our supporters a way to help us directly (and not have to view ads),” Odysee said. “If you like what we’re building with Odysee, please consider supporting us by signing up for one of the Premium memberships.”

You can see Odysee’s full post about the new premium plans here.

The launch of these premium plans follows Odysee releasing its full-featured Android app earlier this week.

Over the last year, popular creators, including activist, author, and public speaker Maajid Nawaz and former congressman Dr. Ron Paul have embraced the platform. Nawaz praised Odysee’s decentralized infrastructure that gives him ownership of his content while Paul posted exclusive content to Odysee for a limited time as part of his efforts to resist censorship.

Not only does Odysee have censorship-resistant infrastructure and allow a much wider range of speech than YouTube but it also still has public dislikes (a feature that YouTube removed last November), neutral recommendations, and a higher revenue share for creators.

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