The Wall Street Journal reported that undisclosed documents state that Meta is currently proposing to the European Union to allow for ad-free browsing. Users interested in this feature would need to pay a monthly fee of 10-14 euros or approximately 400-600 baht, depending on the payment channel, which would be more expensive if paid through the App Store and Google Play.
Although this news surfaced last month, there was no previous report on the pricing. While the numbers are speculative, a Meta spokesperson mentioned that the company is seeking ways to provide a service that complies with regulations. However, the company also reaffirms its belief in providing a free service supported by targeted advertising.
Source: The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider
TLDR: Meta has proposed to the European Union to offer ad-free browsing at a price of 10-14 euros per month. The company aims to comply with regulations while still offering a free service supported by targeted ads.