Three more Indian railway stations are now offering free Wi-Fi to passengers on the network. Should you happen to be waiting for a connecting service at Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh, Raipur in Chhattisgarh and Kacheguda in Telengana, you'll be able to remain connected for free. Google is partnering up with RailTel to provide high-speed internet to commuters at supported locations.
Google is leveraging the Indian Railways' RailTel service, which delivers internet services through an extensive fiber network dubbed as RailWire. The public Wi-Fi on offer will be fast enough to stream a video in HD, and while there wasn't a mention of bandwidth consumption limits, Google states that the connection will be throttled after the first hour of usage to prevent any misuse.
It's noted by The Indian Times that by the end of 2016 railway stations at Allahabad, Bhopal, Pune, Ranchi, Ernakulum, Jaipur, Patna and Guwahati will have free Wi-Fi access available.
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