Twitter users with more than one million followers have their blue verification mark back on their accounts.
According to details, Twitter is now offering free verification mark on the accounts that have one million followers, without the account holders enrolling in the subscription service.
Today several Twitter users with having over a million followers were surprised to find that their Blue Check verification mark, which had disappeared during Elon Musk’s recent move had been restored once again.
Famous personalities belonging from different aspects of life including Former US President Donald Trump, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz ,Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, Footballer Christiano Ronaldo and musician Beyonce, CNN journalist Larry Madowo who also had lost their badges got them back.
Earlier Elon Musk Company Twitter on Thursday starts removing blue check mark icons from the profiles of thousands celebrities, politicians and journalists.
According to reports Twitter CEO Elon Musk, who bought Twitter for $44 billion in October announced that the social media service has begun to charge individuals $8 per month to maintain their verification status. Elon Musk has said those who do not pay will lose their check marks.
“We are removing legacy verified checkmarks,” the company said in a statement on Twitter. “To remain verified on Twitter, individuals can sign up for Twitter Blue.”
On the removal of blue check marks some Politicians and celebrities have complained that the change will lead to increased impersonation, because their identities will no longer be confirmed.