Elon Musk is a renowned name in the tech world; he constantly brings changes and updates to his ongoing projects to boost up his revenues. Musk’s X application, formerly known as Twitter, is putting extensive efforts to combine everything on one platform, so the users don’t have to switch to any other social media app. As for now, X unveiled two new subscription tiers for its users. The currently available tier was the only subscription option, and people must have to pay $8/month for a Premium subscription to get access. With both the newly launched tiers, it becomes three subscription options to choose from.
The most expensive subscription option among the three is Premium+ at $16/month. You might be wondering how many features you will get in this offer. The application comes up with the “largest reply boost” and an ad-free experience from For You and Following feed for its diehard and zealous users who may be attracted to use the app without any distraction. It arrives with a revenue-sharing option and of course, allows you to use all the other creator tools.
The already presented tier, Premium, remains at the same price and becomes the middle option of these latest tiers. With all the features on the basic option, you’ll get a “larger reply boost”, fewer ads in the For You and Following feed, and easy access to Creator Hub through which you can get paid from your subscribers on the app. It brings analytics, X Pro, and Media Studio, a blue check mark, and ID verification; it also enables you to hide the blue check mark if you want to.
The low-end, cheapest Basic tier at $3/month is an affordable option for people who do not want to spend much on these apps. This tier enables you to enjoy basic features such as editing posts, creating longer videos or texts, background video playback, downloading videos, and a “small reply boost.” The reasonable offer does not come with a blue check mark or ID verification.
Both the recently launched tiers are available on the web, and they were launched a couple of weeks after Bloomberg shared a report that X is working to launch the latest service tiers.