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Internet.org or the Free Internet Project is a partnership between the social media services company Facebook and six mobile phone companies (Samsung, Ericsson, Media Tech, Nokia, Opera Software, Qualcomm)

In order to provide free Internet for all residents of the world to bridge the digital divide between the residents of the planet, the project is currently in the experimental stage, but this will be the beginning of a more comprehensive and wider application in the future.

Today, Facebook revealed its new application for the Internet.org project officially launched by Mark Zuckerberg in 2013. The new application is only available in Asia, Europe and North America (Zambia) in cooperation with South America and some African countries Cooperating with Zambia Telecommunications Company (Airtel) will enable users of the company’s network to access many services and sites on the Internet for free.

Mainly Facebook, Bing, Wikipedia, etc. In addition, it will provide a set of health information and suggestions related to weather forecasts and even available jobs. Moreover, the experience of using the new application in countries around the world is a good thing, because only 69% of the world’s population is connected to the Internet, and it seems that Facebook intends to distribute it to other countries based on the results of this experiment in Zambia /Region, which means we have to wait for a while to judge the final result.

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