Twitter Blue yearly subscription price discounted, costing less than Rs 7,000 in some countries

The subscription lets users add a Twitter blue tick to their account and early access to a few new features, such as Edit Tweet.

Highlights
  • Twitter is offering Twitter Blue’s yearly subscription at a lower price.
  • The offer is currently limited to selected countries, including the US.
  • The yearly price of the subscription will be USD 84 (approx Rs 6,837) in the US.

Tech honcho Elon Musk-owned microblogging site Twitter is now offering the yearly Twitter Blue subscription at a discounted rate in the US and other selected countries. According to the company, the Twitter Blue subscription will be available at USD 8 (approx Rs 651) per month or USD 84 (approx Rs 6,837) per year in the US for Android users. The annual cost of Twitter Blue’s monthly bundle in the US is USD 96 (approx Rs 7,813). Meanwhile, its monthly price for iOS users is USD 11 (approx Rs 895).

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The Twitter Blue subscription lets users add a blue checkmark to their account along with early access to a few new features, such as Edit Tweet.

Twitter Blue subscription pricing

According to Twitter, the Twitter Blue yearly subscription for Android users will be available for 84 euros in the UK, 105 CAD in Canada, 135 AUD in Australia, 135 NZD in New Zealand, and 10,280 Japanese Yen in Japan.

Twitter Blue price in India

An earlier report stated that the cost of a Twitter Blue subscription for iOS users would be Rs 999; the cost for Android users has not yet been disclosed. It also mentioned that the cost of the web service would be USD 7 (roughly Rs 575), but there has been no official announcement regarding that.

According to Musk’s previous statement, the platform will get rid of all legacy blue checkmarks “in a few months”. He has said in a tweet that they were awarded blue checkmarks “in a corrupt way”.

Until now, Twitter used the blue checkmark to denote noteworthy, active, and genuine accounts of interest to the general public. The blue checkmark now denotes one of two things: either that a Twitter account has an active subscription to Twitter Blue or that the account was verified using the previous verification criteria (active and authentic).