The National Rail Museum today became a free Wi-Fi zone as Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu dedicated the facility to the visitors of this heritage site. The Wi-Fi facility has been commissioned by RailTel in association with Google for providing high-speed state-of-the- art internet experience to the hundreds of people visiting the museum every day.
The service built over the fiber network of RailTel is designed to offer world-class broadband-like experience to users. Along with experiencing the rich history of Indian Railways, the visitors of this museum will now be able to use the high-speed internet to easily stream a high definition video, download a book or a new game.
RailTel, a railways PSU, is also in the process of providing Wi-Fi at five more tourists sites in the capital at Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb, Safdarjung’s Tomb, Qutub Minar and Rajpath Lawns being maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. Free Wi-Fi services have already been provided at about 115 stations across the country. ALSO READ: Google Railtel Wi-Fi rolls out at Udhagamandalam, its 100th railway station in India