Twitter is already testing its $8 per month verification plan


There’s been a lot of activity at Twitter since Elon Musk took charge of the platform for a cool $44 billion – and the controversial change to the social network’s verification system is now being tested in the Twitter app for iOS.

An iOS app update pushed out over the weekend (via Engadget (opens in new tab) and others) introduced the option of paying $7.99 per month for a blue checkmark. It’s being sold as part of a Twitter Blue subscription, which already exists for $4.99 a month in some countries – though without the verification included.



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