Facebook launches its controversial Internet.org service in Pakistan

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Facebook has teamed up with mobile carrier Telenor to bring its Internet.org service to Pakistan. Internet.org lets users access a range of sites and services covering local and global news, health, finance, education and jobs at no charge. It’s available on 2G and 3G networks via browsers and an Android app. Users will be able to log on to Accuweather, BBC, BabyCenter &MAMA, Malaria No More, UNICEF Facts for Life, Bing.com, ESPN Cricinfo, Mustakbil, ilmkidunya, Telenor News, Urdupoint Cooking, OLX, Facebook, Messenger and Wikipedia. The service first launched in Zambia last July and is already available in more than 10 countries, including…

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