Airtel

Bharti Airtel Limited, commonly known as Airtel, is an Indian multinational telecommunications services company headquartered in New Delhi, India. It operates in 20 countries across South Asia, Africa, and the Channel Islands. Airtel has a GSM network in all countries in which it operates, providing 2G, 3G and 4G services depending upon the country of operation. Airtel is the world's second largest mobile telecommunications company by subscribers, with over 275 million subscribers across 20 countries as of July 2013. It is the largest cellular service provider in India, with 192.22 million subscribers as of August 2013.
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  • Big Moves in Africa by Facebook, Internet.org

    … Facebook and its Internet.org initiative made two major announcements related to improving Internet access in Africa. Co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in a Facebook post that the social network is teaming up with mobile carrier Airtel Africa to launch Internet.org’s Free Basics services in all 17 countries served by the latter…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 13 readers -
  • Internet.org App Launches in Ghana

    … By Justin Lafferty on Jan. 22, 2015 - 5:30 PM Ghana is now the fifth country to receive access to the Internet.org app, Facebook announced Thursday. Airtel customers in Ghana will have access to the full host of Internet.org services, similar to those in Colombia, Tanzania, Zambia and Kenya: Facebook commented on the announcement in a blog…

    Justin Lafferty/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 8 readers -
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  • Internet.org app coming to Kenya

    … Internet.org app coming to Kenya The Internet.org app is making its way around Africa. Facebook announced recently that it is rolling out the app for Airtel subscribers in Kenya. It is also currently available to Airtel members in Zambia and Tigo subscribers in Tanzania. Facebook blogged about this release: Today, at AfricaCom in Cape Town…

    Justin Lafferty/ Inside Facebookin Facebook- 9 readers -
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  • Internet.org App Comes to Kenya

    …, Airtel customers will have free access to: AccuWeather BBC News BBC Swahili BabyCenter & MAMA BrighterMonday Daily Nation Facebook Facts for Life Girl Effect Jamii Forums Messenger OLX Scholars4Dev SuperSport Totohealth UNICEF Ebola Information Wattpad Wikipedia Providing free basic services is one way to demonstrate the value of the internet and we’ll continue to bring the app and basic services to other parts of the world. …

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  • Facebook Forms India Client Council

    … of marketing and communication services, Tata Motors Sam Balsara, chairman and managing director, Madison World Sachin Bansal, CEO, Flipkart Mohit Beotra, head of brand, Airtel Sonali Dhawan, director of marketing, south Asia, Procter & Gamble India Sujit Ganguli, head of corporate brand and communications group, ICICI Bank Ashish Kashyap…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 12 readers -
  • Internet.org App Launches in Tanzania

    …. Through the Internet.org app, Tigo customers will have access to: AccuWeather BabyCenter & MAMA BBC News & BBC Swahili BrighterMonday The Citizen Facebook Facts for Life Girl Effect Messenger Mwananchi Mwanaspoti OLX Shule Direct SuperSport Tanzania Today Wikipedia We’ll continue to improve the experience and roll it out to other parts of the world. Read more about the update. …

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  • YouTube Videos Will Soon Be Available Offline In India

    … smartphones, their access to high speed wifi is limited. With Android One smartphones, Google wants to provide a real smartphone experience for users in India. They will do this by paying for data used to download updates, and will cover up to 200MB of data used to install apps if you use an Airtel SIM, and offline YouTube videos. As of now there is no word on if Google will bring offline video viewing on YouTube to other countries. …

    Matt Southern/ Search Engine Journalin Social Google YouTube- 6 readers -
  • For the next five billion: Android One

    …, is the hardware itself. Even entry-level smartphones still remain out of reach for many (bear in mind that in some of these countries the average monthly income is around $250). Second, many people in these markets do not have access to the latest Android software and popular applications. Finally, even where 3G and 4G networks are available, not enough people…

    Emily Wood/ The Official Google Blogin Google- 5 readers -
  • Former BlackBerry Messenger Lead Andrew Bocking Named Internet.org App Product Manager

    … to Re/code but did not offer any additional details. According to Re/code, Bocking spent more than 13 years with BlackBerry, helping to expand its messaging service into developing markets including Southeast Asia and Africa. AccuWeather Airtel eZeLibrary Facebook Facts for Life Google Search Go Zambia Jobs Kokoliko MAMA (Mobile Alliance for Maternal Action) Messenger Wikipedia WRAPP (Women's Rights App) Zambia uReport …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 3 readers -
  • Internet.org App to Debut in Zambia

    … Zambia may seem like an odd choice for the site of an application's launch, but it makes perfect sense when the developer of that app has a mission statement of connecting the rest of the world. Internet.org - the global partnership formed last August by Facebook, Ericsson, MediaTek, Nokia, Opera, Qualcomm and Samsung to "connect the next 5…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 15 readers -
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