Free Bluetick: Ever since the takeover of Twitter by Elon Musk, this platform has been in the headlines. Musk has made many major changes in Twitter till now. Last day, in a tweet from a Twitter verified account, this information was shared that the company is removing the free blue ticks on Twitter. Late last night, free blue ticks have been removed from everyone’s account. Now people will have to subscribe to Twitter Blue to get Blue Tick on Twitter. After this action taken by Twitter, the question is arising in the minds of the people that like Twitter, Meta will also remove the free blue ticks from Facebook and Insta? This is because Meta has also started taking money for Blue Tick like Twitter.
Will the blue tick be removed?
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the paid Blue Tick service for Meta’s platforms in February. At present, this service has been started in only a few countries. The company is charging Rs 1,000 per month from web users and Rs 1,200 from iOS and Android users for blue ticks on Facebook and Instagram. That is, now like Twitter, people can also get blue ticks on Facebook and Instagram by paying money. Twitter has removed the free blue ticks from the platform because the company’s CEO had earlier announced that this is not the right way of verification and that legacy i.e. free blue checkmarks will be removed from everyone’s account. Talking about Facebook and Instagram here, Meta has not made any announcement for the old Blue Tick at the moment. That is, the people who have got Blue Tick earlier in both the platforms for free, their Blue Tick will still remain on their profile. No new update in this regard has been released by the company yet.
This much money will have to be paid for Twitter Blue in India
For Twitter Blue, the company charges Rs 650 from web users and Rs 900 from IOS and Android users every month. In Twitter Blue, people get many facilities compared to the common user, which includes tweet undo, edit, HD video upload, tweet bookmark, text message based 2FA etc.
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