New Delhi Railway Station Gets Free Wi-Fi


Free Wi-Fi Network

New Delhi railway station, which happens to be the busiest railway stations in India with a day-to-day account of round 300 stations and 5 lakh passengers, is ready to get updated to an altogether completely different degree.

Beginning nowadays, New Delhi railway station shall be giving its commuters free Wi-Fi service for the first half of hour, and a minimal amount can be charged for prolonged use. The provider will likely be implemented and managed by Rail Tel, which is a railway PSU within the box of telecom infrastructure.

Speaking about the prices after the free 1/2-hour usage, commuters must spend Rs 25 for half-hour and Rs 35 for an hour for purchasing extra time; this would be valid for 24 hours. This time beyond regulation can both be bought online using credit cards, or by means of traveling Wi-Fi help desks for purchasing scratch playing cards. These assist desks are set up at Paharganj and Ajmeri Gate sides of the station.

After the preliminary run at New Delhi Railway Station, different railway stations in the metropolis would even be given the provider.

New Delhi Railway Station Gets Free Wi-Fi Network

On the other hand, the good news is that this carrier is not going to be solely for Delhiites. Indian Railways has determined to begin this provider at 400 stations across the united states. The work is in development for seventy five ‘A1’ class stations, which incorporates: Dadar, CST, Thane, Chennai significant and Trivandrum significant. Sources file that these stations can be coated in the coming twelve months, after which the method to cover A category stations can be started. Trial tasks would be began at Agra, Ahmedabad and Varanasi by way of the end of this month, after which Howrah, CST and Secunderabad initiatives can be taken up.

Coming back to the Wi-Fi carrier at the New Delhi railway station; it has cost the federal government a hefty amount of Rs 50 lakh, and an annual charge of Rs sixteen lakh would be spent for sustaining the undertaking.