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Twitter introduces a new API with free, basic, and enterprise tiers

Twitter has unveiled its latest paid API (Application Programming Interface) platform featuring free, basic, and corporate access tiers.

The company announced the news on Twitter via its Twitter Dev account, tweeting, “Today we are launching our new Twitter API access tiers!
We’re excited to share more details about our self-serve access.”

The company probably planned to discontinue free access to its API on February 9, but it then delayed the closure until February 13 and then again.

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These three tiers also include a free basic level that is largely designed for content posting bots, a basic level that costs $100 per month, and a costly enterprise level.

Additionally, the company says that all subscription levels include free access to the Adverts API.

“Introducing a new form of Free (v2) access for write-only use cases and those testing the Twitter API with 1,500 Tweets/month at the app level, media upload endpoints, and Login with Twitter,” the company said.

The Basic (v2) access tier was introduced for “hobbyists with 10,000 GET/month and 50,000 POST/month, two app IDs, and Login with Twitter for $100/month.”

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Furthermore, the microblogging platform encouraged businesses or large-scale commercial projects to apply for its Enterprise tier in order to receive managed services, complete streams, and access tailored to their specific requirements.

It also indicated that old access tiers like Standard (for v1.1), Essential and Elevated (for v2), and Premium would be phased out over the following 30 days.

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