Starting Today, Twitter’s Verified Check to Be Paid

Twitter Verification Check for verified accounts Is Now Officially Paid

Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter, brought some breakthroughs for the blue bird application. One of the policies that bring a lot of discussion is the paid verified check.

Twitter under the leadership of Elon Musk, made changes to certified accounts. Apart from having to subscribe, ticks also have various colors, not only blue.

Launching NDTV, the blue verified check is used for individual users such as celebrities. In addition, there are also gold checks and gray checks

Gold checks are used for corporate accounts. While gray checks for the government.

Musk explained that every individual with a verified account will get the same blue tick. Because the boundaries that are considered important are too subjective, he said.

Musk didn’t talk much about this multi-colored tick system. But he promised more information will be announced soon.

Furthermore, as of today, Monday (12/12), users who want their account to still have a verified tick must subscribe for US$ 8 or US$ 11 per month for iPhone users.

In Twitter’s explanation, the subscription is included in Twitter Blue. Users who subscribe to the service can get access to platform-specific features including getting a blue tick.

“We’re relaunching @TwitterBlue on Monday – subscribe on the web for US$8/month or iOS for US$11/month to get access to subscriber-only features including blue ticks,” Twitter wrote on its official account, Monday (12/12/2019). 2022).

Twitter explains that those who are subscribed will be more prominent than those who are not on the platform. Starting from ‘skyrocket replies, mentions, and searches’. The Guardian writes Twitter promises this feature will be coming soon.

It is known, not all countries can get these services. But more users will be able to use it in the future.

Twitter, on its website, writes that the service is available on iOS for the United States (US), Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK, with plans to be developed.