Koo offers free verification

Koo — the made-in-India rival of Twitter — will not charge users for a verification badge, its co-founder and CEO Aprameya Radhakrishna said as he took on the larger rival for allegedly first creating bots and now charging users for verification.

Koo, which allows users to express views in Indian languages, has already crossed 50 million downloads and is now flying into the rival’s nest, starting a campaign on Twitter by making itself prominently visible on verified handles and offering them better deals on its platform at no cost.

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