NDLS to Become the First Railway Station in India to Offer Free WiFi


After running pilot project to make trains WiFi enabled, Indian Railways in planning a pilot project to offer free WiFi at the New Delhi railway Station – the busiest railway station in the country.

The plan is to offer free wifi to passengers on all the 16 platforms of the railway stations by the end of the year. Major airports in India already have free WiFi facility in partnership with major telecom companies in the country. It is not clear if the facility in NDLS will also have such an arrangement.

The major concern will be speed, given that there are a lot of people on a typical railway platform. Nonetheless, this move by Indian Railways is highly appreciated and we look forward to a successful implementation of the same.

[via BusinessLine]

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