Twitter’s paid-for verification feature is rolling out once again on Monday. It was paused last month after being swamped by impersonators.
It is still $8 per month – but there is now an increased fee of $11 for those using the Twitter app on Apple devices.
Twitter’s owner Elon Musk has previously said in tweets that he resents the commission fee Apple charges on in-app purchases.
This has long been a feature requested by many Twitter users, although there are others who argue that it increases the potential for the spread of disinformation, if a tweet is altered after being widely shared.