X Soon Will Announce Premium Subscription For Ads-free Experience 

Ever since Elon Musk took over X, formerly Twitter, there has been a series of constant changes. He even changed the name of the platform, along with the removal of the iconic Blue Bird. Now, a new change is appearing, which is an expansion of X Premium paid service by breaking it up into different tiers, including one that removes all ads. 

X Premium Detailed Information 

Most of the users are familiar with Twitter Blue, which now has a new identity named ‘X Premium.’ This change occurs after the platforms’ rebranding. Musk is offering lots of new features, a few exclusive features such as customizing the application icon, an edit posts button, text formatting, longer posts & videos, and access to X Pro, formerly TweetDeck, through the new X Premium plan. 

For now, the users who are paying for the X Premium plan probably can see fewer ads in their timeline as compared to other users who don’t pay. But regarding this matter, it is expected that Elon Musk may offer the option of eliminating ads for good to the users at a higher price, obviously.  

According to the information, the latest version of the X application includes code that reveals the existence of three new X Premium tiers: 

  • Premium Basic – It would still show ads regularly 
  • Premium Standard – It would show fewer ads
  • Premium Plus – It removes ads completely

X Premium Cost Detailed Information

At the moment, the users have to pay for X Premium, which costs $8 per month and $84 per year. Whereas in the scenario where users subscribe through the X application on iOS or Android, the price will increase up to $11 and $15 sequentially, and it is due to the 30% commission from the App Store and Google Play Store. 

Apart from this, it has yet to be made clear how much X will charge for the new tiers and to which tier present subscribers will be migrated. 


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