Google Free Zone aims at connecting developing countries

FreeZone is launching in the Philippines today.
(Credit: Google)
Google has launched a new service designed to get users in developing countries to access its core offerings.
Dubbed Free Zone, the service is launching first in the Philippines starting today. Users in that country will be able to access Google Search, Gmail, and Google+ from their mobile devices without incurring any data charges.
In an interview with Reuters published today, Google product manager AbdelKarim Mardini said that the service is designed to take aim “at the next billion users on the Internet, many of whom will…

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