Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg on Monday said he was disappointed that India’s telecom regulatory authority had ruled against discriminatory tariffs, which essentially makes it impossible for him to continue his Free Basics scheme in the country. In a post on Facebook, Zuckerberg said “Internet.org has many initiatives, and we will keep working until everyone has access to the internet.”

“While we're disappointed with today's decision, I want to personally communicate that we are committed to keep working to break down barriers to connectivity in India and around the world,” Zuckerberg said. He also claimed he was committed to changing the situation in India where “a more than a billion people don’t have access to the Internet.”