Now 9 more railway stations of India will have high-speed public Wi-Fi from Google for free.
Posted On April 29, 2016
A few months agone Google launched a free high-speed public WLAN network in Mumbai Central Station, and currently the corporate declared that similar networks area unit returning to 9 additional train stations across Republic of India.
If you’re one in all the one.5 million those who travel through Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar,Ernakulam Jn, Kacheguda, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Vijayawada and Vishakhapatnamtrain stations everyday, you’re in luck! whereas you look ahead to your train, you’ll be able to currently expect to free high-speed Wi-Fi, hopefully creating that wait a trifle additional pleasant and productive.
Google has conjointly mentioned that over one hundred,000 individuals area unit already mistreatment the high-speed Wi-Fi hebdomadally. And whereas it’s not clear how briskly this net affiliation is, Google says that users ought to be ready to “easily stream associate degree HD video, analysis their destination, or transfer a replacement book or game for his or her journey ahead.” For currently these connections area unit free, however Google has aforesaid it’s plans to form the service property within the future.
Back in Nov of last year, Re/code’s Mark port profiled Google’s/Alphabet’s ‘Access and Energy’ cluster, which incorporates plenty of comes and product centered on serving to bring individuals on-line. in fact Google Fiber falls into this class, however therefore will Project Link, Project sunshine-roof, Project Titan, the buyer OnHub router product, and this RailTel partnership that 1st brought WLAN to Mumbai Central Station.
Recently, Google corporate executive Sundar Pichai discovered plans for the company’s revived concentrate on Republic of India. As we have a tendency to rumored, a part of that set up is making certain that Republic of India will get access to high-speed net, particularly once traveling on the nation’s rail services. Sundar Pichai aforesaid in Gregorian calendar month of last year that it’d offer WLAN at one hundred train stations within the country next year, beginning with Mumbai Central. an extra three hundred stations — these being 9 of them