Mumbai Central Become Digital India’s Giant Step by Google Free Wi-Fi Service
In fast growing information technology, the Indian Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has launched a free high-speed public Wi-Fi service on Friday with the help of technology giant Google at Mumbai Central Station. The Mumbai Central has India’s first station in the country to get free high-speed Wi-Fi service.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said that about 100 stations will also include providing world class free high-speed public Wi-Fi service by this year-end across India. Prabhu has also said that the Indian government is want to improve the ailing condition of Indian Railway, with free Wi-Fi at Mumbai Central. This is one giant step towards improving the Railway future. The Indian government was also trying to develop sustainable infrastructure and improving safety and security of the passengers.
Last year the Indian Prime Minister was announced to provide Wi-Fi connectivity at 400 railway stations across the country during the PM Narendra Modi’s visit to the Google headquarters in the US.
As per the news published by News World India the Vice-president and Managing Director of Google South East Asia and India, Rajan Anandan, said, “Google is delighted to launch India’s first high-speed public Wi-Fi service in partnership with Indian Railways.” Around one crore, people will be able to use free Wi-Fi service at 100 stations spread across the country by this year-end.
According to the latest news, Google will provide free Wi-Fi service on four stations soon Allahabad, Patna, Jaipur and Ranchi. Other stations would be included very shortly.