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Moldcell offers access at no extra cost to Wikipedia 

Friday 10 July 2015 | 13:58 CET | News
Moldavian operator Moldcell started offering access at no extra cost to the Wikipedia encyclopedia. More specifically, customers who access wikipedia.org, m.wikipedia.org or use the Wikipedia apps for iOS and Android do not pay for using MB. However, end-users will pay the standard tariff for web browsing when accessing links from Wikipedia that lead to other sites. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Moldcell
Countries: Moldova, Republic of
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