A month after a previous attempt failed, Twitter is attempting to relaunch its premium service.
The social media giant said Saturday would enable users to buy memberships to Twitter Blue to receive a blue checkmark and exclusive access features starting Monday.
The blue checkmark was initially provided to companies, celebrities, government institutions, and journalists confirmed by the site.
After Elon Musk acquired Twitter in October for $44 billion, he introduced a business that offered blue checks to anyone willing to pay $8 per month.
Days after its launch, Twitter suspended the service because of the influx of fake accounts, including those posing as Musk’s companies, Tesla and SpaceX.
The relaunched service will run users of computers for $8 per month and those using iPhones for $11 per month.
According to Twitter, subscribers will see fewer advertisements, be able to upload longer videos and have their tweets displayed more prominently.