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Meta Announces ‘Paid Verification Services’ For Facebook, Instagram


Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Sunday announced it will be testing out a paid subscription service for Facebook and Instagram users to verify their accounts.

“The move behind the subscription service is to increase authenticity and security across its services”, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a Facebook post.

Dubbed Meta Verified, the service will be priced at $11.99 a month for the web and $14.99 a month on iOS. The service will allow users to submit their government ID to get a verified blue badge as well as direct customer access to customer support. Meta will roll out its paid verification subscription service this week, starting with Australia and New Zealand. Meta said it will gradually expand the service in more countries soon.

Meta’s Paid verification services come at a time when rival Twitter has already launched similar services for its micro-blogging site and has received a mixed response from users.

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