This new service will allow users of the Meta apps to add the blue verification mark to their Facebook and Instagram account for a monthly fee.
It will be recalled that Meta Verified was first made available in Australia and New Zealand.
As announced by Mark Zuckerberg, the Meta Verified will go for $11.99 per month on the web and $14.99 per month on mobile.
Speaking on the Meta Channel on Instagram on Friday, the CEO announced that “Meta Verified is rolling out in the US today.”
He also disclosed that: “You can get a badge, proactive impersonation protection and direct access to customer support.”
The Meta Verified is an adaptation from Elon Musk’s Twitter verification badge service.
It will be recalled that after Musk bought Twitter last year, the Telsa made the verification badge available to users for $8 per month.
Users of the Meta apps (Instagram and Facebook) who are interested in getting the Meta Verified can join the subscription service waitlist here.
However, for users must be up to 18 years before they can access the Meta Verified.
Also, a two-factor authentication will be required and a verification process including the upload of a government-issued photo ID for confirmation of identification will also be required before users are approved for the Meta Verified subscription service.
The Meta Verified has some exclusive features like: stickers on Facebook and Instagram Stories and Facebook Reels and 100 Stars per month on Facebook to show support or love to content creators.