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Will FaceBook Free Basics help in increase of online Business???

The free basics by Facebook is a very good initiative which can be used by people in rural areas who are under coverage of certain mobile networks. This feature can really be very useful to connect people, do some online business, learn new things etc.
The FaceBook free basics app. can be useful for people to reach the world.  Many hidden talents of rural people can reach the world. Empowerment of women and financial independence of women are other important things which can happen because of Free basics. Websites can be created by people using free basics which come under the regulations, can do online business, sell things what they are selling locally and expand their horizons.
FaceBook is a very influential media where people can talk, share their thoughts, do free online business, advertise their business etc. FaceBook being one among the free basics can be helpful for people to interact with the rest of the world. Using free basics the people in many places where internet is not available can do online business using FaceBook.
With FaceBook Free basics, websites which comply with the technical regulations can be accessed free by people anywhere. This feature can be used by many online sellers where the website can be designed accordingly to reach millions of Indians. It will be good if major E-market places like Amazon, Flipkart, Ebay etc. are available under free basics as more people can sell online or buy online instead of creating a separate website.
Online sellers, it is easy to list products in major E-market places like Amazon, EBay, Flipkart, FaceBook, Shopify, SELLinALL etc with SELLinALL. Try the LITE version for free and let us know your comments at

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