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Meta Verified Is Now Available In India: This Is How To Get Blue Tick On Facebook And Instagram

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Recently, Instagram and Facebook’s parent firm Meta announced that users in India would soon be able to access its verified program. To impose a paid membership model for a verified checkmark and a disclaimer of extra services like improved account security, a direct line of support, and more, the firm has adopted Twitter’s approach.

 

Meta Provides Verification Program In India

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India’s iOS and Android app stores provide Meta Verified, which includes verification for Facebook and Instagram, for a monthly cost of 699 each. In the not-too-distant future, Meta will also launch a $599 monthly web-only membership option. Users in India might obtain Meta platform verification by providing a government-issued ID. If you want to add a blue tick to your Facebook and Instagram profiles for a monthly fee, then follow the instructions below.

 

Steps To Get Blue Tick On Facebook And Instagram

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Just open the Facebook or Instagram app on your preferred device. Click Settings >> Accounts Centre on the profile you want to verify. If you have the most recent version loaded on your smartphone, the Meta Verified option will be available quickly.

The choice to add a payment method will then be available to users. Once that is resolved, Meta will request identification from the government. You will receive a verified badge on your Instagram and Facebook profiles once the firm validates this data.

 

Who Can Obtain Verification?

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Even if the process seems simple, a few requirements must be satisfied if you want to be confirmed. To start with, to use the verification service, you must be at least 18 years old. Before awarding a confirmed tick, Meta asserts that it may additionally look at the user’s previous posting activity.

Additionally, the names on your government-issued ID and Facebook and Instagram profiles need to be the same. Celebrities and public accounts must adhere to account eligibility restrictions, and conventional badges will still be used. But moving forward, everyone will be subject to the same verification procedures.

Users in India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand can now access Meta Verified.

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