Telecom operator Vodafone India today said it has enabled Noida's first free Wi-Fi bus shelter that would allow mobile users to avail up to 20 minutes of free session per day.
"An operator-agnostic offering, this wi-fi service can be availed by users of any Indian telecom operator," Vodafone statement said announcing the free Wi-Fi enabled bus shelter at Noida's Sector 18.
The bus shelter allows customers to avail complimentary Wi-Fi for up to 20 minutes per day.
This is third such Wi-Fi bus shelter by Vodafone in Delhi NCR (National Capital Region) after Huda City Centre and Sector 14 Gurugram.
The company's wi-fi hotspot network is also available across 116 locations of Delhi-NCR, including markets and mall, hospitals and colleges, the statement added.
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