Cellular Data is always a point of worry for most of the users using a smartphone these days. These data packs are expensive, hence users want to use them as efficiently as possible. Working along the same lines, Facebook has already developed an application called ‘Internet.org’ and we are pretty sure that no one would have heard its name. This application is available on Google Play Store and it allows to access certain websites for free if you are using Reliance as your Cellular Service Provider. Let us get into the details and tell you how you can do that.

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Browse Useful Websites for Free

Prior to installing that application make sure that you have a Reliance SIM card and most importantly that SIM card should belong to one of these states.

  • Tamil Nadu
  • Maharashtra
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Gujarat
  • Kerala
  • Telangana

Once you satisfy these two conditions, you can go ahead and install that application on your Android smartphone. Now please note the following websites which you can be used over that application for free and you will not be charged will any kind of money while going through those websites.

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So, you can see that most of these websites are really popular and can help you in being updated with the daily news or finding out the tips related to being healthy or some of these websites can also help you with booking train tickets for free.

Conclusion

This list is highly diverse and this initiative by Reliance and Facebook is helping, this great tool (internet) to be accessible by many of those who can’t afford to buy the internet packs. It is expected that this feature will cover even more states and few more cellular service provider may join the crew to increase the ease for their rural customers.

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Abhinav Singh, a software engineer who is very much interested in social engineering. He is responsible to manage all the social media profiles of Gadgets To Use. He also has a hobby of tracking new apps and gadgets and to share them with our readers as well.