RailTel and Google have launched free high-speed public Wi-Fi services in the Mumbai Central railway station. The project was announced last September during Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s visit to Google headquarters in Mountain View. The company will be working with the Indian Railways and RailTel to expand the service further and cover 100 of the busiest railway stations in India by the end of 2016. Eventually, the service will be rolled out to 400 railway stations across the country. The next four stations to get high-speed public Wi-Fi services will be Allahabad, Patna, Jaipur, and Ranchi.
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