Meta Started Providing Blue Ticks on Facebook
Meta has started providing blue ticks on its platforms Facebook and Instagram for a monthly fee in Pakistan. Initially, in February 2023, Meta started the service of providing blue ticks for money. Initially, the BlueTick service was provided for a monthly fee in a few countries including the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Later, the service was gradually expanded and now it is available in other countries in the South Asian region, including Pakistan. Also introduced in countries.
Blue Tick on their Facebook and Instagram accounts
Now, Pakistani users will also be able to get Blue Tick on their Facebook and Instagram accounts for a monthly fee. To get Blue Tick on both platforms, users will have to pay a total monthly fee of Rs 3,800. But for Blue Tick they will have to pay a fee of Rs 1900 only. Users who wish to get Blue Tick will be eligible to apply through Meta’s web link. To get Blue Tick, users need to create a link on their Facebook or Instagram account. Date of birth along with profile picture and other necessary information must also be provided.
ATM or credit card details
Also, customers will have to provide ATM or credit card details at the time of payment for Blue Tick. Users applying for Blue Tick must be over 18 years of age and will not be able to make any changes to the information provided after receiving the Blue Tick.
If users want blue tick on their Instagram account. As well as Facebook. They have to pay separate fees for both platforms. Pakistanis make around Rs 3,600 but according to Meta, Pakistani users will have to pay just Rs 1,900 for a blue tick on a single account.
Other Social Media Platform
Earlier this year before Meta, Twitter also started a service to provide blue ticks for money. Earlier, Twitter and other social media forums used to charge for the service in return for blue tick, but now this blue tick service has been introduced on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook Meta as well. However, it is also worth noting that many prominent critics refused to accept Twitter’s bluetick.