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Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations

Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016

Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations
Indian Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu speaks during the launch of a new free Wi-Fi Internet service in Mumbai's central railway station on January 22, 2016. Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016. (AFP/Getty Images)
Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations
Indian Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu poses for a photograph during the launch of a new free Wi-Fi Internet service in Mumbai's central railway station on January 22, 2016. Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016. (AFP/Getty Images)
Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations
Indian commuters use their smartphones following the introduction of a new free Wi-Fi Internet service in Mumbai's central railway station on January 22, 2016. Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016. (AFP/Getty Images)
Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations
Indian commuters use their smartphones following the introduction of a new free Wi-Fi Internet service in Mumbai's central railway station on January 22, 2016. Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016. (AFP/Getty Images)
Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations
Indian commuters use their smartphones following the introduction of a new free Wi-Fi Internet service in Mumbai's central railway station on January 22, 2016. Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016. (AFP/Getty Images)
Google brings Wi-Fi to Indian railway stations
Advertisements for a new free Wi-Fi Internet service hang in Mumbai's central railway station on January 22, 2016. Indian Railways' RailTel has announced the launch of free high-speed public Wi-Fi service, in partnership with Google, with plans to introduce the service to some 100 of the country's busiest stations by the end of 2016. (AFP/Getty Images)