X is testing three different paid membership tiers, report

Move comes after decline in ad revenue and active users

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X is testing three different paid membership tiers
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X is testing three different paid membership tiers

X, formerly known as Twitter, is reportedly considering splitting its premium subscription service into three membership tiers as a strategic move to address its financial challenges.

As reported by Bloomberg, the company is currently testing Basic, Standard and Plus versions; it is unclear whether a free version of the service will still be available. The current premium pla...

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