NEW DELHI: Surfing the internet is set to become faster and easier at the New Delhi railway station from Thursday.
Railways minister Suresh Prabhu will inaugurate the facility aimed at providing Wi-Fi services to passengers at the busiest station in the national capital.
The initiative is being implemented by Rail Tel – a railways PSU providing telecom infrastructure. A senior railways official pointed out that the trial at all the platforms of the station has almost been completed.
The service provider is finalizing the nitty-gritty like free time limit and the charges for using the facility. The facility would be provided at other major stations in the city after judging the response at the New Delhi station.
Bangalore City railway station was the first in the country to have its own Wi-Fi network for passengers which was commissioned in October.
READ FULL ARTICLE: Wi-Fi for New Delhi station from Thursday – The Times of India.