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Free Wi-Fi service down in Delhi since December as contract expires: Report

There were around 11,000 hotspots in Delhi and they provided 15 GB of free data to each user


BS Web Team New Delhi
The contract to run Wi-Fi hotspots in Delhi between the Public Works Department and the private sector provider ended in December and the free Wi-Fi scheme has been down for a month, a report by The Times of India (TOI) said. It is unclear when the service will resume. 

The PWD sent the proposal for renewal of the tender in November but did not get the government's nod, the report said. There are around 11,000 hotspots in Delhi and they provide 15 GB of free data to each user. While they were operating, they provided a speed of 200 MB per

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First Published: Jan 31 2023 | 9:58 AM IST

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