Twitter Blue subscription pricing for India is now available. The service provides access to features such as the edit tweet button and limits the number of advertisements on the network by fifty percent.
Twitter has disclosed pricing for the India-based Twitter Blue subscription service. It is accessible on iOS and Android devices, in addition to the web. In addition to other services, Twitter Blue provides verified blue checkmarks on user profiles to its subscribers.
A monthly membership to Twitter Blue on a mobile device will cost Rs 900 per month. The subscription is priced at Rs 650 a month and is less expensive on the web. Twitter offers a yearly online membership in India for roughly Rs 6800 per year, or around Rs 566 per month. This is an annual charge.
In summary, Twitter Blue provides early access to features such as the “Edit Tweet” button, the “Undo Tweet” function, the ability to publish longer, higher-quality videos, and priority conversation ranks. According to the firm, Twitter Blue subscribers would see half as many advertisements as regular users on the microblogging platform’s home timeline.
Other benefits of the subscription service include the ability to configure custom app icons, NFT profile pictures, themes, custom navigation choices, access to the Spaces tab, the capability to undo tweets, an infinite number of bookmarks, and the ability to bookmark folders. While users may not see the blue tick immediately after subscribing to Twitter Blue, the aforementioned benefits will be available instantly. Not all functionalities may be accessible on all devices.
If you want to subscribe to Twitter Blue on a mobile device, tap your profile picture in the upper-left corner of the screen, where you will see “Twitter Blue.” Twitter will now take you to the page where you may purchase the subscription after you click the button. Those utilising the Twitter website will see the option on the left side of the screen. Notably, you will not be able to purchase a Twitter Blue subscription if your account has been dormant for 30 days or more.
The service is already operational in other nations, including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Elon Musk revealed last month that he will soon alter the size and frequency of advertisements on the platform and apparently has plans to launch out a premium subscription service that eliminates all advertisements. Since Musk’s takeover, the business has struggled to stem its losses and is counting on Twitter Blue to generate money.
Bimal Mardi is a Professional Content Writer. He works in First Santal Broadcast Network TV/ News channel in India. Bimal Maradi writes about Technology, Education and Tech Product Reviews