Twitter along with other social media outlets have become oppressively strict over the past several years. They don’t follow their own TOS and make decisions based on the whims of the particular support person who sees the report against you.
On some platforms, especially Twitter, after you’re suspended if you make a new account it will immediately get the ax. Apparently they block based on your phone #, IP address & potentially other identifiable information.
So, what can you do to get back on Twitter after a suspensions (as well as other social media sites)?
Use A VPN
There are multiple free VPN services available that will mask your IP against IP block triggers the social media network might be using to detect your new account. Do a Google search for “free vpn” or use a well known one with a free option like ProtonVPN.
Create A New Phone #
Twitter has blocked most of the free temporary phone # services. Fortunately, Google Voice isn’t blocked and you can create a new # to use when signing up for an account. Google Voice will let you receive text messages, voice mail and calls at this new number.
Use A Different E-mail Address
Even if the social media network lets you use the same e-mail from an account that was suspended, it’ll likely alert them to your new account. Before signing up again get a new e-mail at outlook.com, yahoo.com, protonmail.com, etc. for use with your new account.