Twitter is expected to launch its premium subscription service, called Twitter Blue, in India in less than a month. The increase was confirmed by Elon Musk, who took over the microblogging platform earlier this month, in a tweet on the platform. Also Read – Twitter Chief Elon Musk Asks Some Employees to Revert: Bloomberg Review
“Hopefully, less than a month,” Musk wrote in response to a question about Twitter Blue’s availability in India. Also Read – Elon Musk’s Twitter Update App Will Start Charging $7.99 Month-to-Month For Twitter Blue
hopefully less than a month Also Read – Mass Firing Was Necessary But Laid Off Twitter Employees Got Severed, Says Elon Musk
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 5 November 2022
In the meantime, Twitter Blue is available to Twitter customers in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand through Twitter’s iOS and Android apps and at twitter.com. In the US, Twitter Blue month-to-month subscription costs $4.99 (roughly Rs.
As of now, Twitter Blue offers a total of seven unique options for customers. The checklist includes customized app icons, customized navigation, themes, the ability to bookmark folders, and undo tweets among others.
It’s worth noting that when Twitter launches support for Twitter Blue in India, customers may need to enroll in the subscription service to enter the options offered by it. So, here is the step-by-step information on how customers can connect to Twitter Blue.
How to Enroll in Twitter Blue
Step 1: Open Twitter on your Android Smartphone or iPhone or Net.
Step 2: Navigate to the Profile menu on the app or twitter.com. In the app, customers can tap on the home icon and then profile options to enter the profile menu.
Step 3: Now select Twitter Blue.
Step 4: Next, select the blue subscribe for ‘$/mo’ button.
Step 5: Follow the in-app purchase instructions for iOS and Android. Web customers can create costs through Stripe.
Once you’ve spent, you can probably check your Twitter Blue status in your app or by navigating to the profile menu on twitter.com and deciding on Twitter Blue. If you are a Twitter Blue subscriber, you will notice that an inexperienced test taker with an active permanent badge has enrolled for the Twitter Blue subscription service. To access the options provided by Twitter Blue, customers can choose from a number of feature settings that appear below the active badge on the platform.