July 29, 2015 IBOMLLC Team

One year in: How Facebook’s Internet.org Free Basic Services are bringing people online

One year in: How Facebook's Internet.org Free Basic Services are bringing people online

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Facebook is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the introduction of the Internet.org app by hosting a Developer Day at iHub in Nairobi, Kenya on Monday, 27 July

Internet.org brings new users onto mobile networks on average over 50% faster after launching free basic services

More than half of the people who come online through Internet.org are paying for data and accessing the internet within the first month

Internet.org users accessed health services more than a million times just in the past month

Facebook is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the introduction of the Internet.org app by hosting a Developer Day at iHub in Nairobi, Kenya on Monday, 27 July.

Over the last year, Facebook has worked closely with more than a dozen mobile operators across 17 countries to give people access to relevant basic internet services without data charges. Today Internet.org is available to more than a billion people. African countries where Internet.org has been launched include Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Senegal, Zambia, Ghana, Angola and Malawi.

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