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Jan 31, 2018
Google's public Wi-Fi ambitions extend beyond railways, installs 150 'Google Stations' in Pune in partnership with L&TGoogle hotspots will be available include gardens, hospitals, and police stations, with an aim to give provide internet access to all.
Jan 08, 2018
Google testing paid internet service on its Google Station network; likely to turn railway stations into cyber cafesGoogle has partnered with RailTel to provide internet across various railway stations across the country.
Dec 05, 2017
Google is planning to expand its public Wi-Fi programme, Google Station to citiesGoogle’s initiative of public WiFi with RailTel, Google Station, which began in 2016, will expand to the general public as well.
Sep 29, 2017
Railways working with ISRO for space tech to develop safety mechanisms, says Piyush GoyalIndian Railways along with RailTel are working together to explore use of space technology for safety in railways.
Sep 09, 2017
New railway minister Piyush Goyal says all unmanned level crossings can be removed in a year instead of threeNewly appointed railway minister Piyush Goyal on Saturday said the target of removing all unmanned level crossings could be achieved within a year
Aug 17, 2017
Indian railway minister announces Wi-Fi facilities and other schemes for various stations in BiharPrabhu announced the availability of Wi-Fi facility for passengers waiting at railway platforms for browsing the Internet at high speed.
Apr 24, 2017
The govt plans to bring Wi-Fi hotspots to over 7,000 railway stations in the country: Report7,000 railway stations in India have been identified as candidates for a Wi-Fi hotspot program under the ‘Railwire Saathi’ project.
Apr 03, 2017
Google intends to get Indians hooked onto data; 10 GB per user per month is the targetGoogle has a plan to get Indians hooked on to data and it sees Wi-Fi as the cornerstone for that plan.
Mar 12, 2017
Free Wi-Fi has been provided to 115 stations and 50 lakh passengers are using it says railways ministerFree Wi-Fi services have been provided to 50 lakh passengers at 115 railway stations across the country and the railways propose to provide such facility in running trains too later, the Rajya Sabha was informed Friday.
Feb 09, 2017
Like Facebook and Google, China's UCWeb is looking to offer free internet in IndiaUCWeb, a subsidiary of China’s Alibaba group, is looking to make inroads in India by offering subsidised or even free internet access to Indians.