Bangalore City railway station is India’s first to have WiFi facility

By Reetu Sharma  news.oneindia.in

Bangalore, Oct 28: Bangalore City Railway station has become India’s first station to have WiFi facility for passengers. This service will help the commuters to stay connected and surf internet on the go.

As per PIB, “The Indian Railways has successfully implemented Wi-Fi facility in Bangalore City Railway station for providing high speed internet to the passengers. “RailWire” – the retail Broadband distribution model of RailTel Corporation of India Ltd, a PSU of the Ministry of Railways, is the powering engine for distributing internet bandwidth through WiFi.”

As per railnewscenter.com, “Five different locations including MG road in the city now have free wifi and the IT department of Karnataka wants to spread it to 10 more locations by next month.” The facility at Bangalore is taken up as a pilot project. The Minister of Railways, D V Sadananda Gowda recently inaugurated the facility and dedicated the service for passengers. More info

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