Free Basic Internet – Facebook Partner with Airtel Nigeria

This is a welcome Development from the founder of Facebook named as Mark Zuckerberg. This is really good and amazing, Facebook will Partner with Airtel Nigeria For Free Basic Internet.

Below is what Mark Zuckerberg said in his Official FB page:-

Today we’re partnering with Airtel Africa to launch Free Basics in Nigeria.

There’s a lot of innovation across Africa right now, and Nigeria in particular is home to a lot of talented developers.

You can download Free Basic Android apps HERE or visit on your phone with a sim card from Airtel.

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He talked a lot of things, including the Jobberman. Continue reading below:-

Free Basics offers Nigerians, including 90 million people who are currently offline, the opportunity to access news, health information and services like Jobberman that were built by Nigerians and other developers across West Africa — all without having to pay for data.

Free Basics is now live in more than 40 countries, and half of those are in Africa. Over the next few months, we’ll be doing even more to connect developers with people who can use their apps — and partner with local companies to bring internet to people across Africa who don’t have access to mobile networks.

In the meantime, I’m excited to see what Nigerians build next! ??

You can see more of his post on his official page HERE. I love this!

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