What is X Premium?
Formerly known as Twitter Blue, X Premium is the new paid subscription service for X users. It offers additional features to enhance your experience on the social media app. There are three tiers: Basic, Premium, and Premium+. Each tier offers more features than the next.
We’ve compiled this guide to help you find out more about X Premium. We’ll look at what benefits are on offer, as well as the various payment methods you can use. As an added bonus, we’ll even tell you how to save money on your X Premium subscription!
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How to subscribe to X Premium
Below is a step-by-step guide on how to subscribe to X Premium from the app or a web browser.
Click on the Premium tab on the menu to the left of your screen. You may have to tap on your profile picture in the top left of your screen to bring up the menu if you’re using the app.
Select one of the two options below. Choose the Premium option if you are buying the subscription for personal use.
Choose which subscription tier you want to buy. This is where you can choose whether to purchase an annual subscription or a single month. You’ll see a list of the features offered with each tier. The features available with each tier are shown with a green tick, while the ones offered with the next tier up are shown with a grey padlock.
The features offered and the prices for Basic subscribers are shown below:
The features offered and the prices for Premium tier subscribers are shown below:
The features offered and the prices for the Premium+ subscription are shown below:
You’ll be prompted to provide your card details to complete your purchase. You’ll also need to input your email, a verified phone number, and part of your home address.
It’s worth remembering that subscriptions will auto-renew unless they are cancelled. To avoid getting charged for the following month or year (depending on your plan), cancel your subscription at least 24 hours before the next billing cycle. You won’t be eligible for a refund if you cancel your subscription after the next payment has already been taken.