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What is facebook free mode?

One of the biggest telecommunications in Nigeria, MTN provides you with an access to browse facebook free. Facebook free mode as mostly called, is an arrangement by MTN to make sure you never disconnected from families and friends when you run out of data.

Facebook currently ranks as no 1 social platform used by families and friends to stay connected to their loved ones. It is recently been used to improve and sustain business as outreach on facebook is so immense.

No wonder, companies and individual use it regularly to engage with their clients, customers and potential buyers around the world.

After the success of Airtel Nigeria with their zero facebook which allows users to enjoy Facebook, MTN introduced free mode but with a limitation. You can not view picture or video but you can still maintain a strong connection with friends, families and clients. Airtel zero facebook is otherwise called Airtel free mode.

Is it not amazing to know you can still keep up with trends in the society, add new friends, post on walls, chat friends and families and read some engaging posts even when you are out of data?

The one beautiful thing about zero facebook is that you can still view profile picture but not the rest of albums.

How to use facebook zero on MTN Nigeria

There is a slight difference between how airtel, 9mobile and mtn set up their free facebook.

For Airtel and 9mobile, you have the option of determining whether to use free mode or data but for MTN, you can only use your free mode when you are totally out of data.Facebook free mode

On your browser, enter zero.facebook.com or free.facebook.com to take this advantage of this great offering from the biggest network. Remember it is text-based but fast and does most stuff aside picture and video viewing.

Facebook free mode is capped at 20mb per day which is more than enough to give you long hours of chatting, posting, adding friends and reading your from your timeline.

If you have further questions about this MTN Zero facebook, dont hesistate to ask in the comment box or contact MTN customer care on 180.

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