Living in Mumbai? The government is rolling out India’s largest free WiFi coverage this May

Mumbai seems to be in for a great digital surprise this new year.

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis just announced that they would be rolling out a widespread coverage of free WiFi hotspots all across the capital.

Coming just in time for the next BMC elections, this news is an extension of the big digital promises that the CM had made when he got elected in 2014.

Prominent places where the facility is now available include the office of the Commissioner of Police, Vidhan Bhawan, Kalanagar in Bandra, Bombay High Court and many places in the eastern and western suburbs.

The trial period of the free WiFi was from 2-8 January 2017, and people downloaded over 2TB worth of data. By May, over 1,200 hotspots will go live in Mumbai. 

 

Fadnavis said:

We are committed to give good experience to Mumbaikars and resolve issues on priority,”

Source: Mumbai News

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