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Blue badge coming to Facebook and Instagram as Meta tests paid subscription services

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Meta Platforms announced on Sunday that it is testing a monthly subscription service called Meta Verified. The service allows users to verify their account using their government ID and obtain a blue badge. This is aimed at helping content creators grow and build community.

Instagram and Facebook subscription bundles, launching later this week, also include extra protection against impersonation, starting at $11.99/month on the web and $14.99/month on Apple’s iOS systems and Android.

Meta Verified is rolling out in Australia and New Zealand this week, followed by a phased rollout to other countries.

Meta’s foray into subscription services follows Twitter, which announced last month that Twitter Blue will be priced at $11 per month.

While social media giant Mark Zuckerberg has previously said he plans to launch several new products that will “greatly improve the productivity and creativity of creators,” he’s also planning to launch a number of new products aimed at a large user base. We warned you about the costs associated with technology support.

Other social media apps such as Snap Inc.’s Snapchat and messaging app Telegram launched paid subscription services last year as a new revenue stream.

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