Facebook Without Internet, Now For BSNL Subscribers Also

I already have written some articles on using Facebook without internet, but those features were only available for tata, idea and Airtel users. So now lastly, the Facebook for USSD feature is now available for BSNL users also. The USSD service was previously known as facebook for fonetwish. This was first launched on india’s largest telecom service provider bharti Airtel.

This was a free service when it was started but due to over customers, company planned to take charges for this service. Now the users have to pay 30 rupees per month for this service, that’s a really small amount. Till now Facebook for USSD service has 5 million+ users and around 10 lakh are active and they access daily Facebook without internet.

Girl using mobile

How To Access Fonetwish service?

It’s very easy to use Facebook through USSD, but because it’s an USSD service so you need to very fast in typing your Facebook username and password, follow the steps below.

#1. Type *325# from your mobile and call on it.

#2. Now, if you have added your number on the Facebook website then it will show your name like welcome abhishek, please enter your password like this it show.

#3. Enter your username and password, be fast because it only active for 60 seconds (1 minute).

Is it safe to share Password with Fonetwish aka USSD?

Yes, that’s a safe service, I have tried it personally, after 6-7 month of usage with this service i can say its awesome way to connect who don’t have an internet connection or an internet enabled phone.

Does it Spams your Facebook Timeline?

No, it will not spam your profile. When it was started, it was spamming the user profiles but now as user requests, company has removed the spam and now its spam free.

Features Of Facebook For USSD

1. Access news feed.

2. Access chat, send and receive messages.

3. Post on friends wall.

4. Accept and ignore friend requests.

5. Check notification.

Author: Viral In India

This post was written by Gadget Ninja Staff.

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