According to the sign-up page, there are now three subscription tiers of X: Basic ($3 per month or $32 per year), Premium ($8 per month or $84 per year), and Premium+ ($16 per month or $168 per year). Here’s how the features break down:
X Basic is a resurrection of the original Twitter Blue, plus some newer features. It includes the ability to edit your posts and publish posts longer than 280 characters, the undo post option, posting longer videos, the “Top Articles” shortcut, reader mode for threads, background video playback, offline video viewing, a “small reply boost,” SMS two-factor authentication (which is less secure than the authenticator-app-based option already offered to free users), encrypted direct messages (but only with other paid users), and various customization features, including highlighting the best posts on your profile and hiding your likes and subscriptions.
Premium gives you everything from Basic but also cuts the amount of ads you see in the “For You” and “Following” feeds in half, gives you a “larger reply boost,” unlocks the Creator Hub that allows revenue sharing and page subscriptions, and adds the blue checkmark and ID verification badges (if you verify your ID for the latter, of course) as well as the ability to hide said blue checkmark. ID verification also includes “prioritized support from X services.” Finally, Premium+ gives you everything in Premium but also removes all ads.