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LinkedIn launches LinkedIn Lite, opens Placements service for students in India

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Tech companies are increasingly realizing that if they want to make their services more accessible to Indians, they need to adapt to India’s slow internet speeds. After Facebook, Google and Twitter, LinkedIn is the latest to launch a “Lite” version of its service, specifically for India.

The light version of LinkedIn’s mobile website, called  LinkedIn Lite, is aimed at users with slow internet connections or those on metered internet connections with low download limits. 

The Microsoft-owned company says its home page on the light website only consumes 150KB, and other pages weigh about 70KB. India is LinkedIn’s second largest market with over 37 million users and the company hopes that LinkedIn Lite would help it grow its user base as well as user engagement in the country. Read more…

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