Those visiting the Delhi Secretariat can now avail unlimited free Wi-Fi facility. The service has been launched by the IT department of the Delhi government and will be available to all officials of Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) and guests visiting the Secretariat, a circular issued by the department said. The Secretariat, including conference halls, auditorium and media room, has been entirely covered by the facility, it said. Also Read - Safer Internet Day 2021: Here's how you can ensure your online securityAlso Read - Mobile internet services suspended on Delhi borders till February 2
A senior government official said visitors will have to register themselves by filling a registration form online through the Wi-Fi facility.
“Upon successful registration, the user/guest will receive an authorization code on his mobile number provided while registering using sign-in option. By following the instructions step by step, the guests will be able to get free Wi-Fi facility in the Secretariat,” the official added.
In February, Firefly, a joint venture firm of Airtel and Vodafone announced that all six district courts in Delhi will have Wi-Fi facility in the next 3-4 months. The above mentioned six district courts being Tis Hazari, Patiala House, Karkardooma, Rohini, Dwarka and Saket.