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Free, Basic Internet Comes To India from Facebook

By Josh Wolford

February 19, 2015

Facebook has brought its app to India, giving free, basic internet access to people in six Indian states – Tamil Nadu, Mahararashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, and Telangana. The deal is a partnership with Reliance Communications.

By "basic", we're talking 38 services – which includes Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Wikipedia, wikiHow, ESPN Cricket Info, Bing search, and BBC News. There are also websites offered that are very specific to Indian interests, like Maharashtra Times and Babajob.

"Reliance customers in India can access these services in the Android [...]

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