Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar of State of Haryana, India on Sunday launched public Wi-Fi hotspots to provide wireless Internet connectivity to users in Gurgaon city. People can enjoy free Wi-Fi sessions on their devices visiting MG Road, Sadar Bazaar, Sector 29 market, and Sarhaul Village.
Airtel had won the mandate for the Wi-Fi launch from Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon last year.
Users will be able to enjoy a free daily quota limit of 30 minutes per day per device. The free Wi-Fi service is open to all users with compatible devices. When in proximity to the Wi-Fi, the user has to just enable Wi-Fi in device settings and search for ‘MSG powered by Airtel’. One can continue to use the Wi-Fi services post 30 minutes also, however they will be charged a nominal amount, Airtel said in a statement.
While Airtel users will be charged on their data plan/packs, non-Airtel users will be able to buy online vouchers with affordable deals. Airtel customers can connect to the Wi-Fi using the Airtel Hangout app also.
Dhruv Bhagat, CEO – Delhi/NCR, Bharti Airtel said, “We are very happy to partner with the Gurgaon administration and enable citizens in the Millennium City to experience world-class internet services on the go.”