Free, 03 Jul 2017How do you imagine that they can do that? There's no technology currently that would allow the... moreevery business that has a public Wi-Fi network must first claim it by editing its Facebook Page information.
learning to read might help.
How do you imagine that they can do that? There's no technology currently that would allow them that unless they make a partnership with every operator in the world to provide Facebook access for free which would cost Facebook a lot of money.
Joesoap, 02 Jul 2017You lot are always spoilt in 1st world countries!! No such luck when you are 3rd world. So it ... moreWell you are right about that.
In your type of situations this feature would be awesome. yet again the apps size grovs
Fin, 01 Jul 2017In Finland we have this thing called unlimited data plan. So it makes these free wi-fi hotsp... moreYou lot are always spoilt in 1st world countries!! No such luck when you are 3rd world. So it is helpful here in africa ( Zimbabwe ) where mobile data is Very expensive.
In Finland we have this thing called unlimited data plan.
So it makes these free wi-fi hotspots outdated.
Ha! and usually when "free wi-fi" is mentioned u stiil need to go to the counter top and ask for the password, when the clerk asks "have you bought something...." u know how this goes
So now. Facebook has yet another method of draining your battery. I'm already sick of it turning itself on.
then what if facebuk finds why-fi networks, will she give us the password to connect to it? if not, that app is just out of stupidity. lol.
Twatonk, 01 Jul 2017Instead of making it's platform free accesible without datawe have Facebook for free in Philippines for the network Globe, Smart which is Globe's competitor is also on its way doing the same thing, it is your country's network providers that can make it happen as well, not just the platform itself