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After Google, now Facebook to bring Free Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations

It seems Facebook is hell-bent on providing free internet to Indians. Months after facing a heavy criticism against its Free Basics programme, the social media giant now aims to bring free Wi-Fi to Indian Railways.

 
 
The one-time trendsetter is struggling to remain relevant, leaving it with 320 million monthly users - roughly one-fifth the size of Facebook.
TRAI said that Internet service providers would not be allowed to discriminate on pricing of data access for different web services.
Social networking giant Facebook has launched Sports Stadium -- a dedicated place to experience sports in real time with your friends and the world.
 
 
Facebook had met with severe criticism for its programme, which aimed at providing basic Internet access to people in partnership with telecom operators.
Facebook's Free Basics plan came in from major criticism from experts who alleged that it curbed one's freedom to access the internet of their choice.
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