How to Access the MTN Facebook-Free Data (Facebook Majani)

One of the sounding adverts every time I turn on the radio is the Facebook for free, slogan “Facebook Majani” in Juba Arabic. Well even if am not a fan of it but am pretty sure there are millions of South Sudanese out there are benefiting from the Facebook Majani Service offered by MTN-South Sudan.

Facebook (free data) allows you to access your Facebook accounts and messenger with zero data balance. All you need is a smartphone and MTN- South Sudan Simcard.

In this post, I will be sharing with you how to access the Facebook-free data in Juba, South Sudan, and what features it offers.


=> The user can post text

=> Comment

=> Like

=> upload and share photos

=> See any text on Facebook and using messenger.

How to turn on & off free Facebook

At the moment the Facebook free data can only be accessed through MTN internet service provider in South Sudan.

So if you’re a smartphone user, this should be pretty simple to catch,

=> Open your Facebook App

=> Click on the “Go to Free” icon on the uppermost corner of the home feeds and Facebook free data will be activated.


=> Go to  on your browser (Google Chrome, Opera mini, etc) and you can access Facebook-Free Data.


In order to use the Facebook-free data mode, your data must be turned on.

I hope this helps you out when you run out of data and have an important message to deliver or just save cash rather than spending on data.

Cheers and Good luck!

Written by Mila Joshua Yona

Pro South Sudanese Blogger, Digital Marketer & Web Designer. I help entrepreneurs scale up their businesses online. You can join my Facebook Group Here or Telegram Group Here

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