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Facebook To Roll Out Paid Subscription Service 

Looks like Facebook is following in the footsteps of Elon Musk’s Twitter strategy. This is done by offering a paid monthly subscription for extra perks. The service, similar to Twitter, would include a verification tick, and it will cost users $11.99 a month. The verification process would require a government ID and would help the user get direct access to customer support. 

According to The Indian Express, despite the introduction of subscription-based models for online services, it remains uncertain whether consumers are willing to pay for what has traditionally been available for free. 

Twitter’s subscription offering, in particular, has seen a sluggish response from users. However, the upcoming subscription package from Meta may prove to be more enticing. Its main value proposition being the promise of enhanced visibility for users.

Facebook offering paid subscription service 

Netizens are divided over the recent developments, with differing opinions on the matter. While some argue that Zuckerberg’s move amounts to nothing more than copying Twitter’s existing strategy. Others see the potential benefits of the new service centre that was previously unavailable. 

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Online commentators have been making sarcastic remarks about the new developments at Meta/Facebook, highlighting the potential irony of the situation. Many users have expressed concern about the privacy implications of the service.

Questions towards the wisdom of paying for a platform that also requires users to provide their government ID. Despite the humour and scepticism of some, the issue of personal data protection remains a critical concern for many in the online community.

Despite the recent developments, trust in Zuckerberg and Facebook remains a significant issue for many users. Concerns have been raised regarding the platform’s involvement in multiple data breaches in the past. This leads some netizens to question the safety of their personal information. 

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The introduction of the new service has only served to exacerbate these concerns. It is particular to the regards of safety towards social security numbers. In the event of a leak, the potential fallout could be disastrous, further eroding the public’s trust in the platform.

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