Thursday, November 8, 2012

Google Free Zone brings search,gmail and Google+ free of cost

Google Launched a service which allows millions of users in the developing countries to use the Google search,Gmail and Google + free of cost via basic mobile phones.

The name of the service is called free zone which even works without data plan.The service is first launched in the Phillipines via local carrier Global telecom.

Users can access only those websites for free which are in search results,but any website outside those results will be chargeable.Thankfully each time there's danger of being charged for data traffic, there will be a pop-up warning

"It's aimed at the next billion users of the internet, many of whom will be in emerging markets and encounter the internet first on a mobile phone, without ever owning a PC," AbdelKarim Mardini, product manager for Google, told Reuters.