0.Facebook in India for Reliance and Videocon Subscribers – No Data Charges

Facebook earlier killed Facebook Lite and has now launched 0.facebook.com, a new mobile site that includes all of the key features of Facebook but is optimized for speed. Targeted towards emerging markets, 0.facebook a new mobile site that includes all of the key features of Facebook but is optimized for speed.

Facebook earlier killed Facebook Lite and has now launched 0.facebook.com, a new mobile site that includes all of the key features of Facebook but is optimized for speed.

Targeted towards emerging markets, 0.facebook a new mobile site that includes all of the key features of Facebook but is optimized for speed.

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What’s important to note is that people can access 0.facebook.com without any data charges, though data charges apply when you are browsing photographs.

0.facebook is operator exclusive site and if you are not on Reliance or Videocon, you can access the regular mobile site, i.e. m.facebook.com (regular data charges apply).

Facebook is more aggressive in emerging markets (recently opened its sales office in singapore), the next wave of growth of mobile Internet [read this report: 1.4 Billion Asians Will Use Internet on Mobile by 2015 ) and in India, it is already giving Orkut a tough fight.

Also see: Mobile Social Networking in India – Orkut rules the chart, followed by Yahoo and Facebook

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