~ Now enjoy Free Wi-Fi at Taj Mahal and other Tourist places across India

Wahhh Taj becomes Wi-Fi  Taj…As part of Indian Govt’s ambitious #DigitalIndia initiative state owned BSNL has started Free Wi-Fi service from 16th June 2015 onward for tourists visiting world famous Taj Mahal at Agra…. 🙂  

Now Click n post your Selfies to all your friends/family who couldn’t join you there!

Within next few months, Indian Govt is going to provide similar Free Wi-fi service all major Tourist spots, Railway stations, Shopping areas,  to boost Tourism and help common people to stay connected….

Free Wi-Fi at Taj Mahal  is for first 30 min, then you can purchase top-ups starting from Rs 30 ($ 0.5 ) availabe inside campus.

More details => #Digital India

Tourists enjoying Free Wi-fi at Taj Mahal India

Tourists-Enjoying-Free-Wi-Fi-at-Taj-Mahal-India Tourist-Taj-Mahal-Enjoying-Wi-fi Indian IT Minister Mr Ravishankar Prasad launching Free Wi-Fi serice at Taj Mahal India on 16 June 2015 #DigitalIndia


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2 thoughts on “~ Now enjoy Free Wi-Fi at Taj Mahal and other Tourist places across India

  1. Wah! What an idea sirji! However one wonders… for those top-ups… just how will folks not from here pay?? Suspect it will be surprisingly complicated and would likely require all the 30 mins of free wi-fi to figure out! 😉

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  2. Pingback: ~ Mumbai Central Railway station got FREE Wi-Fi via RailTEL-Google partnership | GLOBAL INDIAN BLOG

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