IT Desk: Facebook and Instagram have launched subscription services for US users. Meta, the parent company of the two social media platforms, made the announcement on Friday. It says that from now on Facebook and Instagram users will have to pay a monthly fee for verification. Blue badge will be issued after checking the meta IDs of the users upon their application. It costs $11.99 per month. However, those who will use Facebook on Apple's iOS and Google's Android versions will have to spend $14.99 per month. Meta, however, announced such a service in February.
It then launched the experimental service alongside Snapchat and Telegram. Basically, social media is adopting this approach to stay away from various advertising agencies and increase revenue. Earlier, Elon Musk-owned Twitter also introduced subscription fees. Meta previously launched the service for users in Australia and New Zealand. Meta then became the third country to introduce verification subscription fees in the United States on Friday. Subscribers will receive a verification badge. There will also be an ID issued by the government. The issue of protection in these meta accounts will increase more than ever.
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