The government of Telanaga as a part of the government’s broader agenda of allowing citizens to experience a host of web opportunities has launched the first public Wi-Fi to make Hyderabad a “Global Smart City”. The service has been launched as a pilot in 17 tested hotspot locations in the hub of Hi-tech city enabling customers across operators to avail public Wi-Fi and enjoy internet services of up to 750 Mb per day per user.
Users of smartphones, tablets, and other WiFi-enabled devices will now be able to connect to data across these 17 locations around the Hi-tech city. On an average around 40,000 commuters, commercial establishments, visitors can benefit from this service.
Citizens with any valid Indian mobile number can easily access the public Wi-Fi at all the 17 locations by switching on Wi-Fi in their Wi-Fi enabled device. On selecting the public Wi-Fi, a One-Time password (OTP) will be sent to their mobile number. They can then latch on to the Wi-Fi post authentication of the password and enjoy internet services of upto 750 Mb per day per user. This service will increase digital access for the residents of Hyderabad including housing residents, commuters, office goers as well as businesses and visitors in the area.
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