Google, RailTel Roll Out High-Speed Wi-Fi Service at 100 Indian Railway Stations

High-speed Wi-Fi is available at 100 railway stations now.

    Along with introducing Railwire Wi-Fi at the Ooty railway station yesterday, Google has successfully installed high-speed Wi-Fi service at 100 Indian railway stations.

    Google, RailTel Roll Out Wi-Fi Service at 100 Indian Railway Stations

    Earlier this year, Google took a pledge to launch high-speed Wi-Fi across 400 stations in India. Being quite close to its goal, Google has been pretty successful in introducing high-speed Wi-Fi services at 100 most crowded Indian stations. To achieve the goal, the internet pioneer, earlier this year had partnered with RailTel, a neutral telecom infrastructure provider.

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    Reports suggest that after the rollout of the Wi-Fi service at the 100th railway station, over 10 million Indians can now have access to a much faster Internet connection. Google in a statement asserts that passengers are rigorously using the high-speed open Internet, which is making them more productive with their time and get things done more efficiently.

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    As per the statistics issued by RailTel, the Patna railway station tops the chart in terms of internet search using the free Wi-Fi service followed by Bengaluru and New Delhi. To our surprise, the stats reveal that the maximum searches recorded at the railway stations were for porn sites.

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