Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Brings Free Internet Services Become Available To India
Mark Zuckerberg is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to connecting the world. And we make for a significant part of his universe, where "as of today, everyone in India nationwide can access free internet services for health, education, jobs and communication through Internet.org's Free Basics app on the Reliance network." Zuckerberg's Facebook post particularly talks about an Indian family in Maharashtra, who, by using Internet.org's Free Basics app, have successfully achieved better results for their farming efforts. We just took another step towards connecting India. As of today, everyone in India nationwide can access free internet... Posted by Mark Zuckerberg on Monday, 23 November 2015 Ganesh and his wife Bharati, by using the Free Basics app, have managed to increase their crop yield, assess the monsoons better, eliminate insect infestations, and even add new livestock and crop to their stock. Since nearly 1 billion people in India are without internet services, Zuckerberg believes that by using the Free Basics app, more families can connect themselves to information and opportunities that the virtual world has to offer.
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