Soumya Prakash Pradhan

A year ago, billionaire Elon Musk acquired Twitter for $44 billion. Since then, he made significant changes, including renaming it 'X.'

On the anniversary of this acquisition, Musk introduced two new subscription plans: 'Basics' and 'Premium Plus' on the 'X' platform.

The new Basic and Premium Plus plans on 'X' offer users a range of choices to suit their needs and budget.

Both plans grant access to X's fundamental features, but the Premium Plus plan goes further by providing features like a significant reply boost, the ability to edit sent tweets, and access to exclusive functions.

According to a GadgetsNow report, the Basic plan in India begins at Rs 244 per month, and it would cost Rs 2,590 if users opt for the yearly plan.

The Premium Plus plan is priced at Rs 1,300 per month or the users can pay Rs 13,600 for the annual subscription in a single payment.

Both of these new plans are currently accessible on the web. The existing Premium plan, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 650 per month.