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Google begins rolling out its massive public Wi-Fi network in India

January 22, 2016 - Uncategorized

Mumbai India
Google has started to roll out free, high-speed public Wi-Fi across India, with the first installation going live in Mumbai train station today. On making the announcement, Gulzar Azad, Head of Access Programs in India, made clear that it would take measures to ensure people aren’t hanging around sharing massive files all day. After an hour of constant usage, speeds will be slowed in order to encourage people to get off the network. And with 100,000 people passing through each day, that’s certainly lots of traffic to deal with. Azad also said that while there will always be some level of free…

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