It is possible to access sites for free using Freebasics but the number of sites that can be accessed are limited due to some certain unforeseen reasons.
Free Basics is brought to you by Facebook, it provides people with access to useful services on their mobile phones in markets where internet access may be less affordable. The websites are available for free without data charges, and include content on things like news, employment, health, education and local information.
Do you know that with freebasics, you can access any site for free. Yes! I said any site not only sites available on the platform.Because of this, I want to lecture you on how you can access any site for free by using freebasics. Before we go on to today’s tutorial, here is the list that contains the names of both country and telecom operator that supports Freebasics, so that no matter where you are in the world, this tutorial can work for you.
Europe, Africa & Middle East
- Algeria (Oordeoo)
- Angola (Movicel)
- Belarus (Life)
- Benin (MTN & Moov)
- Cameroon (MTN)
- Cape Verde (Unitel & CVMovel)
- Chad (Tigo)
- Congo (Airtel)
- Côte D’ivoire (MTN)
- Democratic Republic of the Congo (Airtel & Vodacom)
- Gabon (Airtel)
- Ghana (Airtel, Tigo, & Vodafone)
- Guinea (Cellcom)
- Guinea-Bissau (MTN)
- Iraq (AsiaCell, Korek, & Zain)
- Jordan (Zain & Umniah)
- Kenya (Airtel)
- Liberia (Orange)
- Madagascar (Orange & Blueline)
- Malawi (Airtel & TNM)
- Mauritania (Mauritel)
- Morocco (Maroc Telecom)
- Mozambique (Mcel)
- Niger (Airtel)
- Nigeria (Airtel, MTN & 9 Mobile)
- Rwanda (Airtel & Tigo)
- Senegal (Tigo)
- Seychelles (Airtel)
- South Africa (Cell C)
- Sudan (Zain)
- Tanzania (Tigo, Airtel, Vodacom, & Halotel)
- Togo (Moov)
- Zambia (Airtel & MTN)
- Bangladesh (Grameenphone & Robi)
- Cambodia (Smart Axiata)
- Indonesia (Indosat, XL Axiata, & Telkomsel)
- Laos (Unitel)
- Maldives (Ooredoo)
- Mongolia (G-Mobile, Mobicom, & Skytel)
- Pakistan (Telenor & Zong)
- Philippines (Globe & Smart)
- Thailand (DTAC & TrueMove)
- Timor-Leste (Telkomcel)
- Vanuatu (Telecom)
- Antigua and Barbuda (Digicel)
- Aruba (Digicel)
- Barbados (Digicel)
- British Virgin Islands (Digicel)
- Bonaire (Digicel)
- Colombia (Avantel & Tigo)
- Curaçao (Digicel)
- Dominica (Digicel)
- Dominican Republic (Orange)
- Grenada (Digicel)
- Guatemala (Tigo)
- Honduras (Tigo)
- Jamaica (Digicel)
- Mexico (Telcel & Virgin)
- Montserrat (Digicel)
- Panama (Digicel)
- Peru (Bitel, Claro, & Entel)
- Saint Kitts and Nevis (Digicel)
- Saint Vincent & the Grenadines (Digicel)
- Suriname (Digicel)
- Turks and Caicos (Digicel)
Please note that Free Basics will continue to expand to more countries around the world, so if your country or your telecom operator doesn’t support Freebasics for now, you just have to be patient.
How to access any site for free using Freebasics
- Turn on the data connection of the network operator that supports freebasics.
- Launch your browser and go to freebasics.com.
- Scroll all the way down and click Add More Free Services.
- On the next page, type in Epage and from the search result, click the only website there. Then tap Add Service.
- This should take you the site’s page, click any of the proxies there. Be it Proxy 1, Proxy 2 or Proxy 3.
- On the next page, type in any URL that you want to access, for example, type in qualytech.net and click Go. Wait for some seconds, the site will open. Like that, you have accessed that site for free.
You can do this for any site that you want to access, it’s simple. All you have to do is to follow the procedure and you’re on your way.