Twitter Prices Blue for Android at $11 Per Month; Announces Annual Web Plan


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Twitter Inc. declared it would price Twitter Blue subscription for Android at $11 per month – the same as iOS subscribers – while offering a cheaper annual plan for web users compared to monthly charges.

Google’s Android users will be able to buy Twitter Blue’s monthly subscription for $11, the same price as Apple’s iOS users, Twitter said on its website. The annual plan for subscription to Blue, only available on the web, was priced at $84, a discount to the monthly web subscription price of $8.

In December, Elon Musk added that Twitter’s essential blue tick would have half the number of advertisements, and the social media platform would offer a higher tier with no promotions by next year.

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