Twitter, which Elon Musk runs, has announced the opening of its subscription service, Twitter Blue, in India. This service provides users with more advantages than regular users. Musk has actively promoted the subscription service, which is now accessible in 15 countries. According to the SpaceX founder, the’ Blue tick’ is the subscription’s main selling feature.
Twitter Blue has been launched in India, Indonesia, and Brazil as part of its latest expansion phase. Here’s all you need to know about Twitter’s subscription service.
Twitter Blue price in India
Twitter Blue is priced at Rs 650 a month for web users and Rs 900 per month for users paying via Android and iOS apps. This is comparable to the pricing in the United States, which is $8 for the web and $11 for Android and iOS smartphones. The company has also offered an annual subscription, which is exclusively available online and costs $6,800 each year, or $567 every month.
Twitter Blue features
The ‘blue tick’ provided by Twitter Blue indicates to other users that the profile has been verified. Twitter has stated that Blue subscribers with confirmed phone numbers would receive a blue checkmark upon company clearance.
Users can also access the edit button, which allows them to alter tweets up to five times within 30 minutes of posting them.
Users can also submit lengthier movies, change the app icon, use NFTs (non-fungible tokens) as their profile picture, and do other things.
The business is also developing features like reduced advertisements, where Twitter Blue subscribers will see 50% fewer adverts than regular users. Another innovation in the works will prioritize Twitter Blue subscribers in responses, mentions, and searches.
Should you buy Twitter Blue?
Twitter Blue is a premium service that is not priced by area. Individuals should not subscribe to the service unless they have been waiting for capabilities such as the edit button and the option to publish longer films.
Businesses will profit from being verified on the network, and the future feature that prioritizes premium users’ tweets above replies, mentions, and search results will enhance their visibility, allowing them to reach a wider audience.
Blue customers will have to see adverts while scrolling through the feed for some reason while paying such a premium price, which may be a major issue for many people.
If you value a blue checkmark next to your name, you should assess whether you are willing to pay the high price.
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