Free Internet services Facebook earned in India

Company Facebook has expanded its initiative Internet.org and now it is available in a developing country. Less than a month ago Internet.org was launched in Colombia, and now the project has started in India. Internet.org designed to provide free Internet access to basic services to people in developing countries. Last year the Internet through Internet.org became available in Africa and South America, where, in total, more than 150 million people listed on the page, Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) in Facebook. This, in addition to Colombia, Kenya and Zambia.
Free Internet services Facebook earned in India
Now to get information about weather, news, list of jobs, government reports and other necessary information in six Indian States. Access provides the operator Reliance Communications, users can get the information they need through the application Internet.org for the Android operating system. Information is available in seven languages, including a number of Indian dialects: in addition to English, it, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati and Marathi.

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