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Premium Tiers Unveiled: Introducing Ad-Free Options

Phones Canada Team:

X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, has been undergoing some changes under the leadership of Elon Musk. Despite rumors of a complete paywall for X, Musk has denied these claims. However, it appears that increasing the number of paid subscribers is still part of the plan.

According to a post on X by researcher Aaron (via 9to5Mac), X is developing new Premium subscription tiers that will offer users an ad-free experience. The latest version of the X app includes code that reveals three new X Premium tiers: Basic, Standard, and Plus. The Basic tier will continue to display ads, while the Standard tier will have fewer ads, and the Plus tier will be completely ad-free.

Before the rebranding, X Premium was known as Twitter Blue. Subscribing to X Premium comes with exclusive perks such as the ability to customize the app icon, an edit posts button, text formatting options, longer posts and videos, video downloads, and access to X Pro.

Currently, X Premium subscribers already experience fewer ads in their timeline compared to non-paying users. However, Musk may give users the option to permanently remove ads for a higher price. With the Basic option, ads will still be present, but users may still have access to premium features.

Since Musk took over Twitter, there have been numerous new features and updates introduced, primarily benefiting paid users. Free users, on the other hand, have faced some limitations, presumably to encourage them to consider subscribing.

Currently, X Premium is priced at $8 per month or $84 annually. It remains unclear how much X will charge for the new tiers and whether existing subscribers will need to migrate. We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

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