Following the launch of the Internet.org app in Zambia and Kenya, Facebook is expanding its partnership with Airtel to bring the app to Ghana.
As part of the Internet.org app, Airtel customers in Ghana will now have access to a set of websites and services for free, in categories including maternal health, education, news and sports updates, and local information.
The full list of free services includes:
Ghana is the fifth country we’ve connected with Internet.org, after Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and Colombia. More people can now use the internet for free to find jobs, read books, and stay connected and we hope to bring the Internet.org app to more countries soon.
 source: internet.org
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