Sundar Pichai;Two million user free Wi-Fi Facility at railway Station across India
Sundar Pichai;Two million user free Wi-Fi Facility at railway Station across India

In an Interview CEO of Google ‘Sundar pichai’ said that more two million user Free Internet at railway stations across India.

Google is providing free wireless internet across 13 railway stations in the country. Just in these railway stations almost 20 percent of People use the free wifi feature which can change the course of technology.

"There are already two million people logging in every month. They are using as much as 15 times the data that they would otherwise use in a full day on their cellular networks." Mr. Pichai said.

Owned by Indian Railways, RailTel focuses on providing broadband and virtual private network (VPN) services.

Last month, on the occasion of the inaugural World Wi-Fi Day by the Wireless Broadband Alliance that aims to provide a platform to help bridge the digital divide, Google celebrated the success of its project with Railtel to provide high speed Wi-Fi at railway stations across India.

The company initially rolled out the network at four of India's largest stations - Sealdah, Lucknow Junction, Lucknow City and Gorakhpur Junction.

The company had said while they are only at approximately 20 per cent of the roll-out schedule for this year, the response has been phenomenal.

"We saw 100,000 users connect to the network within a week of launch at Mumbai Central and as we started rolling out the network at more stations, we saw exponential jump in the consumption of the network," the company wrote in a blog post.

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