15-11-2012, 08:08 PM
Google on Wednesday announced the conclusion of an unusual agreement with the South African telecom operator Telkom agreement under which the latter will provide free mobile Internet to its subscribers from the most needy citizens, so that they could work with a global network for free. New Service Free Zone will be available to subscribers of mobile service 8ta, provided by Telkom, and its users in terms of South Africa will be free to work with all the services of the U.S. Internet giant, including Gmail, Google+ and others.
Of course, for free work at such subscriber must have a mobile phone that supports the Internet. "About 80% of South Africans have a mobile phone, but many use the mobile Internet is too expensive. Such a proposal should interest them," - says the manager of Google South Africa Luke Makend. Earlier this month, Google launched a similar initiative in the Philippines. Agreement with South African operator Telkom calculated until at least May next year.
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