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Free premium service to X-users with 2500 verified followers

By Ravi - March 28, 2024 05:29 PM

Free premium service to X-users with 2500 verified followers

The company will now provide free premium service to those who have 2500 or more verified followers on social media platform X. Those who have 5000 or more verified followers will get the facility of Premium Plus for free.


Tesla, Space X and X owner Elon Musk has announced this. Users of X's premium service get ad-free, higher word limits for posts, and the ability to edit posts and many other features.

Users with Premium Plus service will get access to the company's own Artificial Intelligence (AI) based chatbot 'Grok' in addition to all the premium features. About a week ago, Musk had announced to give access to Grok to premium subscribers also.

Rs 900 charged every month for premium service

After purchasing Twitter, Elon Musk made many major changes in it besides changing its name to X. The biggest change among these was the launch of Blue subscription plan worldwide.

Blue subscription cost for web users in India was kept at Rs 650. The subscription charge for mobile was kept at Rs 900 per month. Premium+ service charges Rs 2,150 per month and Rs 22,600 for a year.

Features available to Basic, Premium and Premium+ users


  • Post Edit: Edit facility within 1 hour of posting
  • Long posts: 25,000 characters for premium subscribers, 280 characters for basic users
  • Large videos: Premium subscribers can upload 8GB or three hours of video
  • Undo Post, Background Video Playback, Video Download
  • (Subscription charge- ₹390 monthly; ₹4,150 annually)

Premium Subscribers

  • Blue Tick: User's account verified, blue tick next to the name.
  • Post Edit: Edit facility within 1 hour of posting
  • Large posts: Premium subscribers 25,000 characters, Basic users 280 characters
  • Large videos: Premium subscribers can upload 8GB or three hours of video
  • ​​​​​Community: You can create a community with people with similar interests. Free from ads, can hide likes and subscriptions.
  • (Subscription charge- ₹900 monthly; ₹9,400 annual)

Premium+ Subscribers

  • Ad-revenue sharing: Income from impressions received on advertisements received in response to posts, the user also gets a share.
  • Creator Subscription: Verified content creators can earn by selling their subscription.
  • (Subscription charge- ₹2,150 monthly; ₹22,600 annual)
  • Note: All the features of Basic are available in Premium and all the features of Premium are available in Premium+.
  • Note: In this, the company provides some features with terms and conditions. For this you can see complete details on the official website.

Elon Musk may buy Twitter for $44 billion in October 2022

Musk bought Twitter on October 27, 2022 for $44 billion. Since then, he has made many major changes in it, the biggest change being changing the name of Twitter to X. Apart from this, he made many major changes in the beginning, which were in the news.

Big decisions of Elon Musk

1. More than half the employees laid off

After buying Twitter, Musk first fired four top officials of the company. These included CEO Parag Aggarwal, Finance Chief Ned Segal, legal executives Vijaya Gadde and Sean Edgett. At that time it had about 7,500 employees.

2. Unblocked multiple blocked accounts

In November 2022, Musk unblocked many blocked accounts including that of former US President Donald Trump. He had conducted a poll on Twitter regarding Trump's return. He had asked, should President Trump's account be restored. 'Yes or no'. More than 1.5 crore users took part in voting and 52% people answered 'yes'.

3. Name and logo were changed in July 2023


On July 24, Musk changed the name and logo of the social media platform 'Twitter' to X. After this, late night on July 26, a small change was made in the logo design. Musk had made the X logo bolder and sharper.

Musk had said, the logo will develop with time. Twitter will provide all types of financial services in the coming months. In such a situation, the name Twitter has no meaning.

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