Google now offers free Wi-Fi in 400 train stations in India

Google announced its joint project with Indian Railways and RailTel to bring public Wi-Fi to India's train stations. The initiative began back in 2015, and now 400 train stops have free access to the internet. Caesar Sengupta, Google VP and Head of the Next Billion Users Team, said in a press release that the service is used by 8 million users monthly. The milestone was published along with a video of a mother that uses the free Wi-Fi to provide better educational materials for her son. According to Sengupta, she is just one of the people that consume 350 MB of data per session 

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