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The Airport Metro Express Line of the Delhi Metro will now feature Wi-Fi connectivity at all its stations. An in-train broadband connectivity service will also be provided soon. Reliance Infrastructure has teamed up with You Broadband to provide the service.
A Reliance Infrastucture spokesperson commented on the launch:
“Since internet connectivity has become a basic necessity these days, Airport Metro Express is facilitating its commuters with Wi-Fi connection. Frequent air travellers, especially business executives will find this facility useful as they can surf the internet or check emails as they wait for their trains. The Delhi Airport Express is at par with the international standard, as the Airport Express line in Hong Kong also boasts of Wi-Fi connectivity, which is a paid facility”.
The service is free initially, and may become a paid one in the future.
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