Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he will launch a subscription service that will allow Facebook and Instagram users to verify their accounts for a fee.
After Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are also transitioning to the paid blue tick period.
“Meta Verified” (Verified account), which allows users to verify their accounts and provides them with various conveniences, was announced by Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
The verified account will cost $11.99 per month for web and $14.99 for iPhone users.
It has been announced that the subscription system, which will be available in Australia and New Zealand this week, will expand to other countries in the future.
WHAT WILL BE THE PRIVILEGES?
In a statement from Meta, it was stated that the subscription will give paying users a blue badge, more visibility for their posts, protection against copycats and easier access to customer service.
Users who sign up for the service will receive custom tags for their Stories and Reel Videos posted on Instagram and Facebook.
The Meta Verified badge is not yet open for companies and businesses to apply.