News ECG: A paid subscription service for Facebook and Instagram was introduced by Blue Tick last month, initially in Australia and New Zealand. It’s known as Meta Verified. Users were able to obtain the blue verification symbol on Facebook and Instagram.
The cost for this was set at $11.99 for the internet and $14.99 for the mobile site per month. CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated that “Meta Verified has been brought today in the United States” in this circumstance. In this regard, he wrote yesterday on Instagram, “You too can acquire a blue badge.
A phony account might not suffer any harm. Direct customer help is available, he said. You can sign up to receive Blue Tick starting, March 17, or yesterday. You are welcome to sign up for the waiting list, as has been advised. Further terms and conditions are imposed in addition to the monthly cost.
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Users that earn a Blue Tick must therefore be at least 18 years old. A government-issued photo ID must be presented by users to verify their identification. A two-factor authenticator that uses two factors is called Two Factor Authenticator.
Subscribers who have their information confirmed cannot modify their username, name, or date of birth. You must restart the verification procedure if you want to update it.
What are the benefits?
Users that get their Meta validated are given more rights. You can acquire special stickers on Facebook Reels, Instagram Stories, and Facebook in particular. On Facebook, 100 stars are available each month. This way, you may share it with other creators and show your support.
A trial run of the paid subscription was previously conducted by Meta in Australia and New Zealand. The users seemed to like it. Facebook is attempting to offer paid subscriptions and premium services to compete with Twitter.
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