State-owned telecom company MTNL is planning to launch high speed Wi-Fi services in Mumbai and Delhi, which will provide Internet services to customers at different locations, apart from their homes.
MTNL Executive Director Peeyush Agarwal said that MTNL would be tying up with malls, coffee chains and food courts to provide this unlimited Wi-Fi service to its customers.
He said, a customer would have to use a line-bonding modem to avail the service. Customers already using the MTNL Wi-Fi services on mobile devices will be charged an additional 50-100 rupees apart from their existing monthly rental.
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Indian TravelerMTNL to launch high speed Wi-Fi services
by Indian Traveler ( Author at Spirit India )
Posted on January 27th, 2014 at 10:30 am.
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