After Twitter, Instagram and Facebook will also have to pay a fee to get a verified account.
Meta has announced that users of both platforms will now be able to get a verified account for $12, compared to $11.99 a month on the web and $14.99 for Apple iPhone users.
The feature will be available in Australia and New Zealand starting this week, Meta has not yet specified when the feature will be rolled out to other countries, but Mark Zuckerberg has said that it will be possible soon.
Mark Zuckerberg, Metta’s chief executive, said the move would improve security and authentication on social media apps.
Meta’s paid subscription service is not yet available for business accounts, but anyone can pay to verify their personal profile, for users over 18 years of age for verified subscriptions to Facebook and Instagram accounts. are eligible.
It should be noted that the initiative to give Blue Tick through compensation was first started by Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter.