Now Access Facebook Without The Internet!

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Now Access Facebook Without The Internet!
The ultimate social networking site, Facebook, ranks the best when it comes to Twitter and Myspace and so this social networking site, has decided to cater to their users even on the 'go', without the use of the 'internet'!

 

There are a number of users who are so occupied with this social networking site, Facebook, that they are glued to their pc's as soon as they are back from work. To avoid this rush, users can now access the social networking site, Facebook on their ordinary mobile phones. A Singapore based software application developer used for this process is called as the U2opia, it is simple as the user can log into Facebook and at the end of their usage an alert is sent to the mobile phone just like how you get a notification at the end of a call. ( Unstructured Supplementary Data -USSD)

Airtel networks have already started this system where the customer is liable to see their account, receive alerts and posts in relation to their profile and can even chat online! Here, Airtel, does not charge for any updating posts, but a sum of a rupee (Rs.1) is deducted from the balance on a daily basis whether there has been any usage or not on the social networking site, Facebook, without the use of internet.

So If you have a device without the application,'Facebook', all you have to do is to dial *325# followed by *fbk# in order to access Facebook without internet! It will take a couple of months, though ,for other service providers to get this facility as U2opia has recently joined hands with Airtel!

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