In an attempt to support content creators in growing and fostering communities, Meta Platforms announced on Sunday that it is testing a monthly subscription service called Meta Verified, which will enable users to verify their accounts with a government-issued ID and obtain a blue badge.
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Further protection against impersonation is included in the $11.99/month web and $14.99/month Apple iOS and Android subscription bundle for Instagram and Facebook.
Meta Verified will debut this week in Australia and New Zealand, and will then roll out gradually to additional countries.
As Twitter revealed last month that Twitter Blue will cost $11 per month, Meta has decided to enter the subscription services market as well.
In the past 12 months, a number of popular social media apps, including Snapchat by Snap Inc. and the messaging app Telegram, have introduced paid membership services.
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