Twitter Blue stretches into more regions – India, Brazil and more

Twitter Blue

Since Twitter was officially sold to Elon Musk, the social media platform has been facing some vast changes. The company has fired no less than 50% of its workforce. It is also bringing some new standards, some of which have been heavily criticized. Twitter reveals that users will have to pay for some verification. These users will also get some priorities that other users will not have. The paid subscription was secretly expanded to new markets in the interim.

Twitter Blue

Some of the regions that have this feature are


  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Portugal
  • Spain


  • Saudi Arabia
  • India
  • Indonesia

Latin America

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  • Brazil

Android and iOS users pay the same – Web users pay lower

Country iOS (monthly) Android (monthly) Web (monthly) Web
Saudi Arabia SAR 42 SAR 42 SAR 30 SAR 315
France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal €11 €11 €8 €84
India INR 900 INR 900 INR 650 INR 6,800
Indonesia IDR 165,000 IDR 165,000 IDR 120,000 IDR 1.25 million
Brazil BRL 60 BRL 60 BRL 42 BRL 440

Users of Twitter Blue have access to premium functions like the ability to edit tweets, unique app icons, improved tweet navigation, folders, and a Reader feature that unrolls threads for better reading. In addition, Twitter Blue subscribers can upload very long videos. These videos can be as long as one hour.

Twitter Blue

Users who have paid for the VIP service have already able to upload long videos. On your mobile phone, though, you cannot achieve this using the Twitter app. The long videos can only be uploaded using the web version of Twitter.

You can upload videos with a maximum size of 2GB and a 1080P resolution using this service. Prior to this, only 10 minutes worth of 1080P video files could be uploaded by premium customers. The largest file size that could be uploaded was 512MB. This limit has been raised, although it is still acceptable on Android and iOS apps. You must use the web version to proceed further.

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