In a brand new initiative from the Modi government, BSNL and Union Minister for Communications Ravi Shankar Prasad have launched free Wi-Fi at the historic monument of love, the Taj Mahal.
The free Wi-Fi service will be available to all tourists visiting Taj Mahal for 30 minutes, after which they can remain logged on for rupees 30 per hour.
Bengaluru based company, Quadgen, will be supporting BSNL in their initiative. This is a very profitable move for the Tourism Department in India and especially for the Taj Mahal which drew 6 million people to it in 2014.
The Agra Cantonment railway station is already Wi-Fi enabled, and future plans include the introduction of Wi-Fi at Fatehpur Sikri complex.
Looks like Modi government is leaving no stone unturned to boost tourism in India. After all everybody needs to see #IncredibleIndia
News Source: NDTV