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In an initiative to make Nodia a Smart City, Vodafone India has rolled out Wi-Fi-enabled bus shelter at Noida Sector 18 by Alok Verma Business Head, Vodafone Delhi-NCR in the presence of Gaurav Bidhuri, Bronze Winner at World Boxing Championship 2017. This Wi-Fi bus shelter allows customers to enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi for up to 20 minutes per day. An operator-agnostic offering, this Wi-Fi service can be availed by users of any Indian telecom operator.

 

The bus shelter at Sector 18 Noida witnesses a heavy influx of people during the entire day, which makes it a suitable choice for such a setup. This is Vodafone’s third such Wi-Fi bus shelter in Delhi NCR after Huda City Centre and Sector 14 Gurugram. Vodafone Wi-Fi Hotspot network is also available across 116 prime locations of Delhi-NCR. At all other locations, Vodafone customers can enjoy their free Wi-Fi quota which is up to 10 GB of Wi-Fi data for RED postpaid customers and up to 1 GB of Wi-Fi data (for prepaid customers) on 4G/3G data packs recharge above Rs.255.

 

Alok Verma, Business Head, Vodafone Delhi-NCR, says, “Vodafone is committed to contributing towards making Noida a Smart City. We are very happy to enable citizens across the city to experience world-class Internet services on the go. The Wi-Fi Initiative is a step towards ‘Digital India’ and creating networked and connected societies that will help citizens get on the digital highways and stay connected for Good. With customer needs evolving from voice to data, Wi-Fi is an effective technology to provide seamless connectivity to a large group of consumers in a defined space. Mobile users will now be able to experience more fun with high speed Wi-Fi seamlessly. The Wi-Fi service at the bus shelter can be availed by all mobile users irrespective of their network provider. We urge everyone to use the Wi-Fi bus shelter facility and enjoy the Vodafone 4G experience.”

 

The announcement is in conjunction with the Telecom regulator and Government’s initiative to set up a hotspot Wi-Fi network across the country as a part of the Digital India campaign.

 

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