Washington: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has indicated a willingness to work with Google on Global Internet Access at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona by saying that connecting the world doesn't have to be a cutthroat competition.
On being asked if Facebook's Internet.org access initiative would consider working with Google's Project Loon , Zuckerberg responded by saying, "Sure." He added that when the Internet.org app was launched in Zambia with Facebook's operator partner there, one of the apps was launched with Google Search as search is an important product and piece of functionality around the world, reported TechCrunch.
He said, "I would love to do more with them."
Zuckerberg added that global internet accessibility was a social good mission for Facebook but pointed out that it must be a sustainable business for mobile carriers too.