Tuesday, July 12, 2011

LEAKED: ETISALAT NIGERIA MIGHT BE OFFERING FREE 90 DAYS FACEBOOK ACCESS TO SUBSCRIBERs

Today Facebook Announced a product named Facebook For Every Phone.
Quote From Facebook:
"At Facebook, we work to ensure people around the world have a great Facebook experience no matter where they are or how they access our site. Today, we're launching the new Facebook for Every Phone app, which offers a fast and comprehensive Facebook experience on over 2 ,500 different phones.
This app not only includes Facebook’s most popular features, such as News Feed, Inbox, and Photos, but also enables you to upload photos and find friends from your phone’s contacts.
People all over the world can download the app by visiting m.facebook.com and scrolling down to the download link, or by entering d.facebook.com/install directly into their mobile browser.
You can also find it in leading app stores, including GetJar, Appia, and Mobile Weaver.
We also want to make sure the Facebook for Every Phone app is affordable to try and use, which is why we’ve collaborated with many carriers worldwide (see list below) to offer you free data access to this app for 90 days. This experience is optimized to use less data than other Java apps or mobile sites, making it much more affordable for people to use when the 90- day period ends. The Facebook for Every Phone app will be available globally on Java- enabled phones starting today, and we are working on making the app compatible with even more handsets in the future. With one easy download of this app, get all of what Facebook has to offer on your mobile device so you can stay connected with your family and friends wherever you are.
Carriers offering free data access for a limited time:
• Aircel (India)
• Airtel (India)
• Banglalink (Bangladesh)
• Beeline (Russia)
• Celcom (Malaysia)
• Etisalat (Egypt, Nigeria)
• Globe (Philippines)
• Idea (India)
• Indosat (Indonesia)
• O2 Telefonica (Germany)
• Reliance (India)
• Smart (Philippines)
• Smartfren (Indonesia)
• Telkomsel (Indonesia)
• Three (Indonesia, United Kingdom)
• TIM (Brazil)
• TMN (Portugal)
• Ufone (Pakistan)
• Vodafone (Turkey)
• XL (Indonesia)
Ran, a mobile growth manager at Facebook, loves using T9 again to update his Facebook status.
Facebook for Every Phone By Facebook Mobile"

NOTE: The above statement was said by Facebook and not by NigeriaTelecomNews,thanks.

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