The infrastructure for Wi-Fi or Wireless data connectivity in the country has not developed to the level that can be highly beneficial to the users. Generally issues like security hazard have been blamed for the reason of lack of growth in this aspect ..
But telecom operators are doing their bit to ensure that Wi-Fi hot-spots are there to assist on-the-go data connectivity at public places, so that you don’t need to carry a dongle or even use your smartphone as a Wi-Fi hotspot, that is highly chargeable ..
Airtel had introduced Wi-Fi hotspots at critical locations in the country, which costs Rs 20 per hour. However, if you are a frequent traveler, then you might be pleased to know that Tata Docomo, the telecom division of Tata Group has joined hands with GMR, the makers of Terminal 3 at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi and also Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad ..
This arrangement requires Tata Docomo to offer free Wi-Fi services at these airports to large number of travelers. Travelers will be allowed to use Wi-Fi for a specific time-limit which completely depends on the amount they have paid for the services via online. This initiative is first-of-its-kind in the country and will enable international travelers to stay in touch with the world ..
Recently, the Indian railway ministry introduced first Wi-Fi enabled train in the country and it seems the Wi-Fi revolution is surely on the rise ..
The price range of using the services have not been mentioned and for that you can head over to the Tata Docomo site to get more info ..