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Get information at your fingertips anytime, anywhere even without WiFi

The game changing partnership of Talk ‘N Text with that will give Pinoys free Internet access anytime, anywhere
02:38 PM April 10, 2015

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If you didn’t know it yet, now’s the best time to be alive and well informed! All the information you need or want is made available to you at the touch of a button, thanks to the Internet. From knowing the latest weather news that help you plan your day accordingly to splurging on the best fan fiction from still-undiscovered writers, the Internet is the source to staying updated—and connected—about almost any topic and might just be the best thing mankind has produced since sliced bread.

And now, your favorite social media platform has made it even easier for everyone to stay connected. On March 23, 2015, Facebook launched app in the Philippines, marking the app’s debut in Southeast Asia through wireless service provider Smart Communications, Inc. under the Talk ‘N Text (TNT) brand. The app enables TNT subscribers to enjoy free access to an initial listing of 24 popular websites on their mobile phones. The websites, which also include Facebook and Messenger, feature very informative and practical content that TNT subscribers will definitely find useful in everyday life. The launch of the app was made even more official when Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Mark Zuckerberg posted on his personal page on the social site: “We’re one step closer to connecting the world as we launched in the Philippines today. Now everyone in the country can have free access to internet services for health, education, jobs and communication on the Smart network.”


Now imagine getting access to very rich content from websites such as and Wattpad, even without WiFi!’s partnership with TNT is enabling Filipinos all over the country to do so, improving lives in the process. With that, has prepared this handy infographics guide to help you surf the Internet with ease:


A game changer for Pinoys

Through the partnership of TNT and, online activities like job hunting, buying and selling, or reading news, which typically would require the use of desktop computers five to seven years ago, are now made available for free access on mobile phones for TNT subscribers. Aside from current news via, TNT subscribers can also access a broader range of other highly useful topics and information through the app, such as financial literacy (via, childcare information (via MAMA), and free programs and trainings found on the official website of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (via To learn more about the available services/websites under the app, visit or simply text INTERNET to 9999. Indeed, it’s the best time to be well informed!

Remember what the Transformers have to say: “Knowing is half the battle.” In this case, #PanaloAngMayAlam.

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TOPICS: Facebook,, Mark Zuckerberg, Mobile Application, Talk N’ Text, TNT
TAGS: Facebook,, Mark Zuckerberg, Mobile Application, Talk N’ Text, TNT

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