Why Facebook is Supporting Digital India Campaign?

By | November 26, 2015

Most of us are still wondering as to why Facebook is supporting the Digital India campaign. Facebook is going to offer free internet at all railway stations (500+) across India. It is also going to offer free internet across rural India where its reach is limited.

Facebook is going to release solar-powered drones in rural areas to enable free internet, hitherto a dream. [via]

Why Facebook is Supporting Digital India Campaign?

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