Google to offer free High Speed Wi-Fi Internet to 100 Indian railway stations by the end of 2016

Google’s most of their profits come from internet users and its main aim is to getting lots of people online so company can make more money. According to Internet Live Stats only around 40% of the world population has an internet connection and due to the fact Google is working on to get more people to use internet on daily basis .

Narendra Modi an Indian Prime Minister visited to Google on this week came up as a fruitful results for nation. Google has unveiled a plan to provide free Wi-Fi services to 400 railway stations across India.

Google offering free High Speed Wi-Fi Internet initially but later will have some plans for its sustainability.

Google’s new Indian-origin CEO Sundar Pichai wrote a blog post and revealed that Google will provide high-speed Wi-Fi by the end of 2016 to first 100 of the country’s busiest stations which according to the search company says that serve over 10 million riders a day and it hopes to eventually bring connectivity to other 400 stations in total.

About 350 million people use Internet in India which is the second-highest internet users in the world after China.

Google already offering services such as Android One an affordable android based smartphone, YouTube offline, Google Maps offline and Project Loon are only some of Google’s initiatives to bring a better online experience to emerging markets like India.

Google is collaborating with Indian Railways and RailTel to bring WiFi to 400 train stations in India. Google claims this is not the usual internet connection, it is said to be “high-speed” broadband, which will be “many times faster than what most people in India have access to today”.