Today Facebook launches Internet.org in Bangladesh. Internet.org is free service for Bangladeshi users. nternet.org, an initiative by Facebook that allows free online browsing through mobile phones, was launched by mobile operator Robi in Bangladesh on Sunday.
State minister for ICT division Zunaid Ahmed Palak and Robi officials launched this service, said Facebook authorities in a post.
The post also said that through this internet.org service, users will be able to browse over twenty websites for educational, medical, news, job and government services free of cost.
The Access to Internet (a2i) Programme took an initiative to launch the project in April last year but it had to be deferred due to some technical reason.
The project has already been launched in Tanzania, Kenya, Columbia, Ghana, Zambia and India.
Samsung, Ericsson, MediaTek, Opera, Qualcomm and Nokia are the associates of the project.
How to get free internet in Bangladesh by internet.org
Internet.org is a nonprofit programs by which people can browse many important sites freely. Bangladeshi mobile operator company Robi and Facebook brought this free internet service. Today ICT state minister Zunaid Ahmed Palak launch this service officially. The users can get free internet access from internet.org by installing the app in their smartphone. You can download internet.org app from Google play store
How to use internet.org to get free internet in Bangladesh:
1. Robi sim card must have
2) At first you have to download the app. Download the internet.org app from Google play store. Then install that in your android.
3) After installing the app, run it and login to internet.org (If you have a account) or sign up.
4) When you enter in internet.org homepage, you will see the websites list which can use free internet. You can free access these website and can enjoy their content without any cost.
Important issues of this free internet service:
1) User can browse the listing websites only.
2) Any content like photos, videos or file can not upload or download.
3) This service is applicable for the concern mobile operator.
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