8ta launches free internet in South Africa

From Tue Nov 13 2012, 08:12:14

Google and 8ta today at G-South Africa in Cape Town announced Free Zone powered by Google, which gives people access to mobile web search and feature-phone-friendly versions of Gmail and Google+ with zero data charges. The first page of a website linked from search results is also provided at no data cost. Free Zone aims [...]

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