Facebook Blue Tick: Like Twitter, Facebook has also now introduced verified subscription service for its users. Facebook co-founder and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced this. Soon customers will have to pay Facebook for Blue Tick service.
Mark Zuckerberg announced the subscription service through a Facebook post on Sunday. He wrote in his post, “This week we are launching Meta Verified, this is an important subscription service, which you can start by verifying your government ID. To avoid fake accounts, anyone can directly sign up for this service. He said that this new feature is about increasing authentication security in Facebook’s services.
How much will have to be paid for Facebook Blue Tick?
Announcing the meta verified service, Mark Zuckerberg has also told how much money the users will have to spend. According to Mark Zuckerberg, users will have to pay $11.99 (Rs 992) per month for web-based verification and $14.99 (Rs 1240) per month for the service on iOS.
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Facebook Blue Tick: Where will the service be launched first?
According to Mark Zuckerberg, the Meta Verified subscription service will be launched for Australia and New Zealand this week. He said that soon this service will be started for other countries as well. No information has been given about when this service of Facebook will be implemented in India.
Facebook Blue Tick is more expensive than Twitter
Meanwhile, after buying Twitter, Elon Musk has fixed different fees for Blue Badge in different countries. In India you can get Facebook Blue Tick by spending Rs 900. While Zuckerberg has recently paid two rates for his services which exceed Rs 900. But how much will Indian users have to pay for Facebook Blue Tick? It will be known in the coming days.
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