Reliance offers free access to popular websites like Facebook, Wikipedia, ESPN etc. via Internet.org
Reliance Communication have partnered with Facebook to provide free internet access to the popular websites to the users on Reliance Network. So the Reliance users will not be charged to browse some popular websites listed below. All this is going to be done using Internet.org website. Below is the list of websites that are available as free service from Reliance Communication.
- Times of India (TOI)
- Aaj Tak
- Bing Search
- Facebook with messenger
We might have missed some websites in the above list, so do let us know then via comment section.
So the Reliance users have to go to Internet.org website and then browse the popular websites from there. There is an Internet.org app available on Play Store and was developed by Facebook, as of now this app is only available for Android users. Using this app one can browse the free websites from within the app itself. The app has free services section, where the list of popular free websites are listed, so all you have to do it just tap on it and you are ready to access the content for free.
Initially this service will be available in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Chennai and Andhra Pradesh and then it will follow other states all over India. The service has been launched and is active as of now, to the above mentioned states. It will soon be made available for remaining states within few months.
If you are on Reliance network, then do give it a try by visiting Internet.org website and if you are an Android user then download the Internet.org Android app and surf the web for free.
Do share your experience with this service by Reliance and Facebook in the comment section below.
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