Discover’s limited access approach allows you to save traffic and provide access to Facebook
Facebook, in partnership with mobile operators Bitel, Claro, Antel and Movistar, launched the Peru trial of the Discover service, which will allow access to the Internet for the country’s lowest-income residents. It is one of Facebook’s projects expanding Internet reach in various countries of the world.
The program can be installed on a PC or mobile device running Android OS, after which it gives users free access to text versions of the sites. At the same time, photo, audio and video content will not be available.
But it is the limited access approach in Discover that makes it possible to save traffic and network access to the largest number of low-income people. Now Peruans have access to 10 megabytes of free traffic per day. This limit is set not by Facebook, but by mobile operators – service partners.
Users also do not need a Facebook account to use Discover. Facebook claims that the application does not collect user browsing history and does not preserve their activity for ad targeting.
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