Users of the Freenet mobile app for Android and iOS can access numerous websites for doing things like shopping, reading news, conducting banking transactions, and placing food orders, among other activities. By completing ""missions,"" Freenet users can also earn reward points that can be exchanged for rewards like cellphone load.
freenetizens! I wish you the best of luck with your nakisaya and sumama on Freenet. Pwede pang ma-access ang apps and websites sa FREE ACCESS tab of the Freenet app on August 31, 2019.,'_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_5',191,,_('div-gpt-ad-_com-medrectangle-3-0');Posted by Freenet on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 With many Filipinos still lacking reliable Internet access, Freenet has emerged as one of the most widely downloaded locally developed applications on Google Play. In fact, more than a million people have downloaded the Freenet Android app from Google Play. Additionally, Freenet has received numerous awards, including the title of Most Innovative Product at the 2012 Asia Communications Awards in Singapore.
However, the Freenet app started getting a lot of bad reviews recently, especially about issues with completing missions and claiming reward points. This probably indicates that the platform has stopped being improved by developers and that the service is on its last legs.
Voyager Innovations, the company behind Smart Padala and Paymaya and backed by PLDT, offers a service called Freenet. 300,250],'_com-medrectangle-4','ezslot_6',192,,_('div-gpt-ad-_com-medrectangle-4-0'); Freenet did not provide any explanation for why it was discontinuing its free Internet service.
It's possible that Freenet no longer considers its service to be long-term viable in light of the rising cost and accessibility of Internet access among Filipinos. Recently, there has been a lot of talk about the government offering free Wi-Fi access in public areas. In addition, you can use your mobile phone to access Facebook for free, and you can purchase a cheap mobile data package for as little as P10 that you can use all day.
Free Basics, a free Internet service provided by Facebook's Internet.org foundation, is an alternative to Freenet." - https://www.affordablecebu.com/