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Facebook gears up for Express Wifi launch in India

Less than a year after its grand attempt to connect much of India to the internet was shot down by the government, Facebook has confirmed that its new program to bring connecting to people is live in the nation.  Facebook's Express Wifi is now available in India, according to its website, months after the company first began testing the program in remote parts of the country.
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