Telenor launched Free Internet in Pakistan in collaboration with

Telenor has launched a free but limited internet facility in Pakistan in collaboration with Facebook's is a worldwide program by Facebook where selected websites are made available to users for free. Pakistan became the 11th country to have, with Facebook’s aim to spread the project to 100 countries by the year-end. This free service has already been launched in the following countries; Ghana (Airtel), Kenya (Airtel), Zambia (Airtel), Indonesia (Indosat), India (Reliance),  Bangladesh (Robi), Philippines (SMART), Colombia (Tigo), Guatemala (Tigo) and Tanzania (Tigo).

Users can browse 17 websites free of cost. Unlimited browsing within or its app will be free, however external links, if any, will be charged as per usual tariffs.

How Telenor Customers can browse Free Websites/ Services on

Following websites can be accessed by logging on to You can also install Android app for browsing. While accessing, users will be presented with the above-mentioned websites that can be surfed for free, irrespective of location, connection type (prepaid or postpaid) or available internet service (GPRS, EDGE, 2G or 3G). No need to subscribe to the offer.

Local Services

1. IlmKiDuniya
3. OLX
4. Telenor News / Mobile Portal
5. Urdu Point Cooking

International Services

6. Facebook
7. Facebook Messenger
8. Malaria No More
9. BBC Urdu / BBC News
10. AccuWeather
11. Baby Center & MAMA
12. BBC News English
13. Microsoft Bing
14. ESPN Cricinfo
15. Facts for Life
16. Girl Effect
17. Wikipedia

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