org. is a partnership between social networking service Facebook and six telecom operators (Airtel, Reliance Communications, Aircel, Tata Teleservices, Telenor, and Idea Cellular) that aims to bring affordable access to selected Internet services to less developed countries. The service is free of data charges, and includes a variety of apps and websites. The selection of apps and websites is made by Facebook.

The platform was launched in India in February 2015. In May, the initiative was opened up to other developers. As of January 2016, the platform is available in 24 countries. Is Internet org owned by Facebook? Yes, is a Facebook-led initiative with the goal of making Internet access affordable for everyone. Is Free Basics still available? Yes, Free Basics is still available. However, the service has been discontinued in some countries, including India.

What is Internet org initiative?

The initiative is a global partnership between technology leaders, nonprofits, and local communities that makes internet access available to everyone. The initiative was launched in 2013 with the goal of making internet access available to the two thirds of the world's population that doesn't have it. The initiative is led by Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook.

The initiative has three main components:

1. Connecting people: The initiative is working to develop technologies that will make it cheaper and easier to connect to the internet, especially in developing countries.

2. Developing applications and services: The initiative is working with partners to develop applications and services that are accessible to everyone, regardless of their income or location.

3. Making internet access affordable: The initiative is working with mobile operators to make internet access more affordable for people in developing countries.

Why was free basics banned in India?

The Indian government banned Facebook's Free Basics program in December 2015, after a lengthy debate over the issue. The program, which provided free internet access to a limited number of websites and services, was criticized for violating the principle of net neutrality.

The government's decision was welcomed by many in the country, who saw it as a victory for a level playing field on the internet. However, some people criticized the ban, arguing that it would limit access to the internet for millions of people who could not afford to pay for it. What happen to free Facebook? As of September 28th, 2018, Facebook has discontinued their free option for Facebook. However, they do still offer a mobile version of the site that can be accessed by going to This mobile version is designed to be used on smartphones and other mobile devices, and offers a limited selection of features compared to the full website.