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Facebook parent Meta launches blue-like verification service

After Twitter, Meta has also announced a subscription service, called Meta Verified, which will let users verify their accounts using a government ID and get a blue badge.

The announcement of the subscription service was made by CEO Mark Zuckerberg. In the Facebook post, Zuckerberg writes. “This new feature is about increasing authenticity and security across our services.

“Once you've verified your account with a government ID we can more effectively find and remove any imposter accounts since we know which account is the real you.”- he added.

How much does it cost to get verified on Facebook?

The subscription bundle for Instagram and Facebook also includes extra protection against impersonation and will be priced at $11.99 per month on the web or $14.99 monthly on Apple's iOS system.

In order to sign up to become Meta Verified, you’ll need to meet minimum activity requirements, be at least 18 years of age or older, and submit a government ID that matches the name and photo you have on Facebook or Instagram. Meta Verified will be rolled out in Australia and New Zealand this week.

Additionally, if users opt for Meta Verified will also get access to exclusive content, like Reels and Stories stickers, as well as 100 free Facebook stars each month — stars can be used to virtually tip other creators.

Meta notes that businesses can’t yet apply for a Meta Verified badge and that you can’t change your profile name, username, birthday, or profile photo without going through the verification process all over again.

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