Wi-Fi services launched at Connaught Place in New Delhi


New Delhi, Nov 17: In a joint venture of Tata Teleservices and New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) a Wi-Fi service was by BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi at Connaught Place, New Delhi on Sunday. This Wi-Fi service in Connaught Place will be the largest ever in India.

The service, which will cover the Inner and Outer Circles including the Central park, was initially supposed to be launched by Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung but the BJP MP took his place instead.

At the launching event, Lekhi, the member of Parliament from New Delhi constituency, has reportedly told, “These initiatives are in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of a Digital India, which would enable greater transparency and better governance.”

To access the Wi-Fi service, users need to authenticate with a valid mobile number in a Wi-Fi enabled device. After that they will receive a onetime password (OTP) to login and use the service free for 20 minutes.

Those who want to use the service for a longer time can buy recharge cards of various denominations available at various shops, including Tata Docomo retail outlets, in the area.

(With Agency Inputs)


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