Facebook is Going To Provide Free Internet Facility in Underdeveloped Countries
World has become a global village and but still there are some areas of the world where internet facility is not available to common man. Africa is second largest continent of the world but it has still not become the member of virtual community. There was a need to help the African people in this regard. Facebook has come forward to take this initiative. Facebook is going to provide free internet facility to underdeveloped countries of Africa. Mark Zuckerberg CEO and founder of facebook contacted vodafone and many other mobile phone companies for providing free internet access to the people of Africa but all these companies refused to do so.
Now Mark Zuckerberg is negotiating with a British satellite company. This UK based company has has its three satellites which are covering the continent of Africa and now it is going to send three more satellites in space. Mark Zuckerberg thinks that if the free internet facility will be provided to the poor people of Africa then it will be very easy to provide the facilities of education and healthcare to the people of dark continent. He also believe that this will also increase the production capacity of the whole world by 25 %.
Face book has also launched Internet ORG project. The aim of this project is also to provide internet facility to all off line people of the world. Mark Zuckerberg rightly believes that internet can change the lives of the people. That’s why he is committed to expand this facility in the far flung areas of the world. He has already launched a campaign against ebola. Internet.org has also launched a unique application for providing free internet to the people of underdeveloped countries. You can read the details about free internet facility by facebook in Urdu in the newspaper ad cutting below this post. Stay in touch with us for latest technology news alerts.