Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg met President Dilma Rousseff of Brazil to discuss about the internet connection for more Brazilians.

Zuckerberg posted on Facebook about the trial connectivity program in the Heliopolis Favela, Sao Paulo. 

Facebook will be going to give fast free WiFi access to the certain community so people can access basic online services through their mobile phones.

This includes free services of communication, education, health, and jobs.

As what Zuckerberg said on his post, him and President Rousseff discussed the importance of everyone's participation on social and economic benefits of connectivity.

This will help a lot of citizens to bring themselves together as one, in improving education, searching for better jobs, and more.

Zuckerberg also said that he is excited for Facebook to help more Brazilians in connecting to their loved ones and create amazing opportunities around the globe.

The Facebook founder has announced also the last time about establishing a free WiFi in the Philippines.

WiFi is now an important thing in our society wherein we can do our research at home, earn money at home, connect with different people around the world, and so on.

This kind of work implementation of free access to internet is a big thing to people who can't afford internet expenses.

People in rural areas could get a potential access to experience easy surfing in their own respective houses.

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