After the social networking platform Twitter, now Facebook has also followed the same path. Today, Sunday, the company announced that this week we will launch Meta Verified. This is a subscription service that has been launched for you to verify your account with government ID proof and get Blue Tick. This company service was announced by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. He gave information about this in a Facebook post.
How much money do you have to pay for Blue Tick?
On Sunday (February 19), Mark Zuckerberg gave some information about the subscription service via a Facebook post. “This week we are launching Meta Verified, a subscription service that will allow you to verify your account with a government ID,” Zuckerberg wrote in the post. A user will have to pay $11.99 (Rs 992.36) per month for the web-based verification and $14.99 (Rs 1,240.65) per month for the service on iOS.
The CEO of Facebook published the information.
Where did the service start?
Mark Zuckerberg said that this Meta feature will start in Australia and New Zealand this week. Apart from this, this service will be launched soon in other countries as well. Although no information has been provided on when this service will start in India and whether the old verified account holders will be under this service or not.
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