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Internet.org

A global partnership formed to provide high-speed Internet access to third-world countries via unmanned aircraft. Initiated by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2013, Facebook, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, Qualcomm and Samsung are founding members. Express WiFi offers low-cost Wi-Fi access, and Free Basics is an open Web platform that any cellphone user can access free of charge with a SIM card from a compliant mobile carrier. See Facebook.
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Zuckerberg could shed light on his plans when he speaks Monday at Mobile World Congress, an annual industry event in Barcelona, Spain, where he has touted Internet.
Facebook had earlier tried to offer much the same through its Internet.
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Facebook pioneered the widespread 'zero-rating' of internet services with the launch of Facebook Zero in 2010 and internet.
Zuckerberg didn't specify exact details of how, when, or where Facebook would start to offer internet to refugees first, but the company's Internet.
REITERATING the need of an open internet platform like its proprietary initiative Internet.
FACEBOOK has announced that it is changing the name of its Internet.
The Intel Foundation's work in STEM education, Microsoft's use of technology to advance the Millennium Development Goals and Google's Project Loon to connect remote locations illustrate how technology leaders are prioritising this effort, as is Internet.
Zuckerberg announced on September 26, 2015 that Facebook would help the United Nations bring Internet connections to refugee camps as part of his Internet.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO Facebook released the news in his status update that Internet.
Ooredoo Group member Indosat and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) said they have partnered to launch Internet.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-April 21, 2015-Ooredoo's Indosat, Facebook announce Internet.

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