Mumbai: India is a prime market for Google. In a bid to provide high free internet services in India, Google announced the launch of its free WiFi service at nine more railway stations in India.
After its first launch at Mumbai Central station, the search giant has now expanded its public WiFi service in collaboration with Indian Railway’s arm Railtel to stations including Pune, Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal, Ranchi, Raipur, Vijayawada, Kacheguda (Hyderabad), Ernakulum Jn (Kochi) and Vishakhapatnam.
As per Google’s estimate around 1.5 million people who travel through these nine stations. Since free public WiFi services launched in January 2016 in Mumbai Central, more than 100,000 people are already logging into the high-speed Wi-Fi every week. People passing through these first 10 stations will enjoy being able to easily stream (or offline) an HD video, research their destination, or download a book or a new game for their journey ahead.