Good news for Indian Railways passengers! Now, you can enjoy railways’ free WiFi service at 1000 stations. RailTel, the Indian Railways’ arm entrusted with the implementation of WiFi, has successfully completed work of turning 1000 railways stations across the country into free Wi-Fi zone.
Indian Railways is known as the national transporter because it is responsible for transporting over 80 crore passengers and over 3.5 crore tons of goods every year. Over the past couple of years, Railways has been working on developing its infrastructure and services.
Time to cheer up travellers as the IRCTC is gifting free Wi-Fi for all on 15 Kalka-Shimla rail stops! Earlier, the facility was available at only three stations, namely Kalka, Shimla and Solan.
In a major boost to internet connectivity, Indian Railways has provided free Wi-Fi at around 746 railway stations so far and aims to provide the internet facility at around 2,000 stations as soon as possible.
WiFi on trains! Indian Railways to make your boring journeys interesting with online movies, music and more
Railway passengers will be delighted to lap up this mouth-watering offer, as Indian Railways is gearing up to introduce WiFi hotspot devices on a series of premium trains such as Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto Express soon.
Around 6,000 railway stations will be WiFi-enabled in the next six-eight months, Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal said.
The Indian Railways has decided to provide free WiFi facility at all its stations, except at halt stations, without involving any expenditure on the national carrier’s account, Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain said today.
Indian Railways Offers Free Wi-Fi Facility to 8 Million People Every Month, 700 Railway Stations Equipped With High-Speed Internet
The availability of free Wi-Fi facility at railway stations is a boon for commuters across the nation. The free Wi-Fi service is being provided by RailTel- the telecom arm of Indian Railways in partnership with Google.
Indian Railways now offers free public WiFi service at more than 700 stations across India and it covers around 8 million people every month. The service is being offered in collaboration with tech giant Google.
Tech giant Google today said it has rolled out free public WiFi at 400 Indian railway stations in collaboration with RailTel.