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40 years after the Internet came to Kjeller (Norway, Europe), we now pilot the "Free Web access". Our vision is that everyone should have free access to information such as Wikipedia, News, or any other Web site. According to Internet.org two thirds of the world's population don't have access to Internet.
Through the "pure" provision of text and pictures in an encrypted and compressed way. Opera Software has demonstrated that users of their Mini browser consume between 4 MByte (normal user) and 20 MByte (intensive user) per month. Such a low data volume is available in all wireless and mobile networks.
Our pilots have two dimensions, (i) the access of users in all WLAN networks, and (ii) the building of networks in developing economies such as Africa.
see more at CWI.unik.no/wiki/Free_Web_access