When it comes to the launch of tech-related products the Philippines isn't usually the place where you'd get it first. But that's just changed with the introduction of a service called Free Zone from Google. The Internet giant announced November 8 that it was testing out a new service that allows users to access Gmail, Google+ and Google search for free on their mobile phones. Google Free Zone does not require that you have a data plan and will work on most Internet enabled mobile phones. And the Philippines is the only country in the world that has the service as of the moment.
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