'Meta Verified' that you can get Facebook and Instagram certification badges for 1600 yen per month starts in the United States

Meta Verified , announced by Meta in February 2023, has started service in the United States, where you can get a verification badge for your Facebook and Instagram accounts for a fee. You will be able to get a certification badge for $ 11.99 per month (about 1600 yen) for the web version and $ 14.99 per month (about 2000 yen) for the mobile version.

Meta launches paid verification on Instagram and Facebook in the US | TechCrunch


Meta Verified is a paid service that allows you to get a certification badge (blue check mark) displayed next to your account like Twitter's Twitter Blue. Meta Verified was available in Australia and New Zealand in the fourth week of February 2023.

Meta announces paid service 'Meta Verified' that allows you to get Facebook and Instagram authentication badges for 1600 yen per month - GIGAZINE

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Friday, March 17, 2023, local time, on Instagram's Meta Channel that ``Meta Verified will be deployed in the United States from today.''

Meta Verified is available to all Instagram and Facebook users residing in the United States, and if you join the waiting list below, you will be able to use it quickly. However, in order to use Meta Verified, you need to be 18 years old or older, apart from paying the monthly fee, so be careful.

Meta Verified | Get a Verified Blue Check on Instagram, Facebook | Meta

Meta Verified also requires you to provide Meta with government-issued photo ID to verify your identity. In addition, the account must also have two-factor authentication enabled. Additionally, Meta Verified accounts will not be able to change their profile name, photo, username, or date of birth until they complete the verification process again.

Meta Verified comes with exclusive stickers for Facebook and Instagram stories and reels. In addition, it is possible to earn 100 Facebook Stars every month that can be used on Facebook Live, Facebook's distribution service.

When overseas media TechCrunch contacted Meta, ``good results'' were obtained from the first tests in Australia and New Zealand, where the Meta Verified service had already started, and early feedback from service users has already been received. It seems that the comment that it reflects a part of the is returned. Elements that reflect feedback seem to include 'improved visibility and reach in searches, comments, and recommendations.' In addition, Meta seems to have received feedback from users that the service is difficult to understand, and plans to conduct further research before expanding the service beyond Australia and New Zealand.

TechCrunch points out, ``Since its inception, Meta has chosen not to charge customers for most services, but it is clear that the situation is changing.''

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