Wikipedia Zero expands into Asia, drops mobile data charges for 10m subscribers in Malaysia

Wikipedia Zero expands into Asia, drops mobile data charges for 10m subscribers in Malaysia

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Wikipedia Zero, a project launched by the Wikimedia Foundation to offer free mobile access to Wikipedia in emerging countries, expanded into Asia for the first time this week via a partnership with Malaysian operator Digi, opening access to more than 10 million subscribers in the country. Wikipedia and Digi began...
Wikipedia Zero expands into Asia, drops mobile data charges for 10m subscribers in Malaysia
                                       

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