Google Partners With Indian Railways, A Massive Step Towards Digital India Vision

The Logical Indian

September 13th, 2015 / 3:23 PM

Representational Image Source: The Journal

As reported by ABP News, “Google is all set to bring free high speed WiFi access to almost 400 railway stations through out India. While this comes in joint collaboration with Indian Railways, the service will be using Google Fiber project. With this initiative, Google and Indian Railways are jointly aiming to set up WiFi hotspots across select Railway Stations through out the nation to offer seamless connectivity to passengers.”.

This service by Google is said to be expanded to Indian cities under the name ‘Project Nilgiri’.


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