Reliance Communications teams up with Facebook to spread reach of the Internet (1 Viewer)


30 Aug 2013
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MUMBAI: Telecom major Reliance Communications has teamed up with online social network Facebook to launch services. Reliance customers can enjoy access to sites through There are no data charges. Initially the services are available in Mumbai, Maharashtra, Kerala, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh. The aim is to reach across the country within three months. Reliance customers in India can access these services in the Android app, at, from the start screen of the Opera Mini mobile web browser, and using the Android app UC Browser for Most of the services will be available in English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Gujarati and Marathi. is now available in India, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya, Colombia and Ghana. In India free services on offer with Facebook include: News: BBC News, Times of India, India Today, NDTV, BBC News, IBNLive, Aaj Tak,, Daily Bhaskar, Maalai Malar, Maharashtra Times, Jagran, Newshunt, Sports: ESPN Cricinfo Careers and Jobs: TimesJobs, Babajob Education and Knowledge: Wikipedia, wikiHow,, Translator, Reuters Market Lite, Jagran Josh Health and Social Welfare: Facts for Life (UNICEF), BabyCenter and Mama, Girl Effect (Nike Foundation), iLearn (UN Women), Malaria No More, Socialblood, AP Speaks Search: Bing (from Microsoft) Social: Facebook, Facebook Messenger Utility: OLX, Astro, Cleartrip, AccuWeather.

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