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Viva launches Facebook's Internet.org platform in Bolivia

Monday 22 June 2015 | 14:06 CET | News
Bolivian state-run telecoms operator Viva has reached an agreement with Facebook to launch the Internet.org platform in the South American country, reports local daily Los Tiempos. The partners said the platform, which allows free internet browsing over mobile devices in regions with low internet access rates, will give Bolivian users access to websites such as Facebook, Messenger, Bing, Wikipedia, Wikihow, Accuweather, Goal.com, 24Symbols, UN Women, Agencia de Noticias Fides (ANF) and vivirENbolivia.net, among others.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Facebook / Viva
Countries: Bolivia / Mexico
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