Google offers a giant shock, free Wi-Fi service will cease at railway stations in India

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Google has introduced that it’s withdrawing from the 'station' challenge (Wi-Fi) everywhere in the world. Under this challenge, Google supplied web to about 415 railway stations in India. This transfer by Google could give a giant blow to Internet customers in India. Google was offering connectivity to some stations of Indian Railways. RailTel, a public enterprise (PSU) beneath the Ministry of Railways, partnered with Google for 5 years to supply free WiFi in 415 A1, A, C class stations.

RailTel assured that regardless of the termination of Google's contract, their firm will proceed to supply WiFi at these 415 railway stations. <! –

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                 Google entered into an settlement to develop the Internet in India. The challenge was additionally accessible in Brazil, South Africa, Nigeria, Thailand, Philippine, Mexico, Indonesia and Vietnam. The firm is withdrawing assist from all these international locations.

News web site The Verge says that Google claimed that in lots of of those international locations there’s an rising availability of 4G connectivity and information costs have additionally come down. Hence the necessity for such initiatives has decreased. Google's guardian firm Alphabet can also be engaged on a singular challenge referred to as Loon, to develop Internet entry to distant areas.

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