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Facebook wants to bring its free internet service to the US (FB)

Facebook is in talks with the government and wireless carriers to bring its "Free Basics" internet service to the U.S., reports The Washington Post. If the plan works, Facebook "would target low-income and rural Americans who cannot afford reliable, high-speed Internet at home or on smartphones," the report notes. Facebook didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
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