Home / Technology Articles / After Google, Now Indian Firm Joister Wants to Offer Free Wi-Fi at Railway Stations in Maharashtra
In the wake of dispatching free Wi-Fi administrations at around 500 areas in four noteworthy urban communities of Maharashtra, broadband and gaming supplier Joister Infomedia has offered to give free Wi-Fi at all railroad stations in the state. Google had a year ago reported that it will give free Wi-Fi access at 400 railroad stations in the nation, and began the rollout in January.
Joister Infomedia, which offers free Wi-Fi to around two lakh enrolled clients in Mumbai, Pune, Thane and Navi Mumbai, has drawn nearer Central Railways and Western Railways to offer free Wi-Fi at all stations in Maharashtra.
“We value the administration’s ‘Advanced India’ crusade and to loan our bit of bolster, we have looked for authorizations from Central Railway and Western Railway to give free Wi-Fi office at all railroad stations of Maharashtra,” said Nikunj Kampani, Chairman and Managing Director, Joister Infomedia.
“It would be truly promising if local players like us are additionally given equivalent opportunity to accomplice in Digital India activity, pretty much as outside organizations such as Google have been given,” he included.
A senior railroad official affirmed that this proposition has been gotten, yet said just the Railway Board or Railway Ministry can accept an approach it.
Joister Infomedia as of late dispatched its free Wi-Fi administration at Nair Hospital in Mumbai, and KEM Hospital in Mira-Bhayander
City Corporation. It expects to grow its administrations to 30 more urban communities, including Solapur, Satara, Sangli, Chiplun, Nashik and Nagpur, in the following six months, Kampani said.