Twitter has announced an update to its API access structure, introducing new tiers after delaying the move for weeks. The new API access tiers consist of three levels — Free, Basic and Enterprise — as the older tiers Standard, Essential and Elevated access will be deprecated.
The free tier is aimed at developers who are starting or experimenting with projects, as well as for small-scale applications and bots. The Basic plan is designed for small and medium-sized businesses or applications with growing needs and traffic, offering more extensive API access and features for a monthly fee of $100. The Enterprise plan targets large-scale businesses, enterprises, and high-traffic applications, providing the most comprehensive API access and features at a higher monthly fee.
|For write-only use cases and testing the Twitter API||For hobbyists or prototypes||For businesses and scaled commercial projects|
|Rate limited access to v2 tweet posting and media upload endpoints||Rate limited access to a suite of v2 endpoints||Commercial-level access that meets your and your customer’s specific needs|
|1500 tweets per month – posting limit at the app level||3000 tweets per month – posting limit at the user level||Managed services by a dedicated account team|
|1 app ID||50000 tweets per month – posting limit at the app level||Complete streams: replay, engagement metrics, backfill, and more features|
|Login with Twitter||10000 tweets per month – read=limit rate cap||Cost: Monthly subscription tiers|
|Cost: Free||2 app IDs|
|Login with Twitter|
|Cost: $100 per month|
Approved Twitter API developers can also continue to use Ads API free, including on the free tier.
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