Sunday, 27 August 2017

Google Expands Public Wi-Fi to Indonesia

   After a successful run in India, Google has brought its public Wi-Fi programme ‘Google Station’ to Indonesia that will help improves access to Internet at railway stations and other locations.

Google is partnering with CBN and Fiberstar to bring high-speed public Wi-Fi to hundreds of locations across Indonesia.

Google, in collaboration with Railtel, has rolled out free Wi-Fi service at several railway stations in India, offering high-speed internet to millions of people.

Google launched its first free WiFi services at Mumbai Central station in January 2016. 

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