Google CEO Sundar Pichai had first announced about the the company’s free WiFi at railway stations in India when PM Modi had visited the company campus in Mountain View, California in September. Under the project, Google plans to provide free and high-speed Wi-Fi access to railway commuters at over 400 stations in India. Google has partnered with Railtel Corporation to make this project a reality.

This article answers the following questions:

How’s the project going to scale out? Which stations will get covered?
How exactly will Google’s free Wi-Fi work? Why has it partnered with RailTel?
Will Google have some guidelines, standards for this free public WiFi?
Will the service always be free? What’s the revenue model here for Google?

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