Indian Railways achieves another milestone! Indian Railways successfully turned 1,600 railway stations across India into RailWire WiFi zones. The national transporter has added 600 railway stations on the WiFi map in a short span of 10 days.
Mumbai’s Santacruz rail station located on suburban section is the 1600th rail station in the country to have access to free public WiFi. According to details accessed by Financial Express Online, Indian Railways has been striving to achieve the target of providing free high-speed WiFi at all rail stations except for halt stations within a year.
CPRO of Western Railways Ravindra Bhakar has said that Mumbai Suburban Railway has seen the major milestone with the journey of the RailWire station WiFi project beginning from Mumbai Central. Read More
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