List of 100 railway stations with Google's free Wi-Fi; How to connect to the free Wi-Fi?


Last month, when Prime minister Narendra Modi visited Google in the US its  CEO Sundar Pichai has promised to provide Free Wi-Fi facility to 400 railway stations in India. Now passengers can avail free Wi-Fi facility at 100 railway stations in the initial phase. The last station to receive the facility being Kollam in South India.

Image credits; Hindustan times

Earlier, Ministry of Railways has announced to set up free wifi service in 100 stations by the end of 2016. Railways is planning to extend the service to 400 stations by the end of 2017.

A senior railway ministry official has said that they started with Mumbai and ended with Kollam in South India to provide free wifi facility in 100 busiest stations in partnership with google. He further added Railways is planning to extend the service to 400 stations by the end of 2017. Railways initially launched its first free wifi service at Mumbai central station and then continued connecting all busy stations like Bhubaneswar, Bangalore, Howrah, Kanpur, Mathura, Aligarh, Bareilly and Varanasi. 


According to railways, over 10 million people who pass through these stations every day now have an access to fast Internet speed to stream, research their destination or download a new book or game for the journey ahead. 

RailTel in association with google will provide free Wi-Fi services to passengers under "Railwire".

- You can avail the free Wi-Fi in just 4 simple steps
- Switch on the Wi-Fi. Then select Railwire network.
- Open railwire.co.in
- Enter your phone number in the space provided and press receive SMS
- Enter the 4 digit OTP received and click done
- That's all you can now enjoy free Wi-Fi.

You can view the procedure in the video demonstration below.



List of stations with free Wi-Fi service

Delhi

1.  Hazrat Nizamuddin

Andhra pradesh

2.  Guntur

3.  Tirupati

4.  Vijayawada

5.  Visakhapatnam

Assam

6.  Guwahati

Bihar

7.  Muzaffarpur

8.  Hazipur

9.  Patna

10.  Darbhanga

11.  Gaya

Chandigarh

12.  Chandigarh


Chattisgarh

13.  Raipur

14.   Durg

Gujarat

15.   Ahmedabad

16.   Surat

17.   Vadodara

18.   Rajkot

Haryana

19.   Ambala cantt

20. Panipat

Jharkhand

21.   Ranchi

22.   Dhanbad junction

23.   Tatanagar

Karnataka

24.   Bangalore City

25.   Mangalore Central

26.   Hubli

27. Gulbarga

28.   Mysore 

29. Yesvantpur (Bangalore)

Kerala

30.   Ernakulam Jn

31.   Thiruvananthapuram Central,

32.   Thrissur 

33.   Kollam Jn 

34.   Kozhikode

Madhya pradesh

35.   Ujjain

36.   Bhopal 

37.   Jabalpur 

38.   Gwalior

39.   Indore

Maharashtra

40.   Mumbai Central,

41.   Churchgate 

42.   Bandra

43.   Bandra Terminus, 

44.   Dadar (WR)

45.   Dadar (CR)

46.   Khar Road

47.   Kalyan 

48.   Lokmanya Tilak Terminus

49.   Byculla

50.   Panvel 

51.   Thane

52.   Borivali

53.   Kurla 

54.   Andheri 

55.   Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

56.   Belapur 

57.   Vashi

58.  Pune 

59.   Nagpur 

60.   Solapur

Orissa

61.   Bhubaneswar

62.   Cuttack 

63.   Puri

Punjab

64.   Jalandhar City 

65.   Amritsar

Rajasthan

66.   Jaipur 

67.   Ajmer

68.   Udaipur City

69.   Kota

70.   Jodhpur

Tamil Nadu

71.   Madurai

72.   Coimbatore

73.   Chennai Egmore

74.   Tambaram

75.   Arakkonam Jn

76.   Tiruchchirappalli 

77.   Chennai Central

Telangana

78.   Secunderabad

79.   Hyderabad 

80.   Warangal

81.   Kacheguda

Uttarakhand

82.   Dehradun

Uttarpradesh

83.   Jhansi 

84.   Lucknow

85.   Lucknow Jn 

86.   Ayodhya

87.   Mughalsarai Jn

88.   Gorakhpur 

89.   Allahabad

90.   Aligarh 

91.   Bareilly 

92.   Kanpur

93.   Mathura

94.   Varanasi 

95.   Agra Cantt

West Bengal

96.   Sealdah

97.   Kharagpur

98.   Asansol

99.   Barddhaman


If your Railway station is Wi-Fi enabled and not included in the list, please let us know by leaving your comment below, we will update in the list.


Source:railtelindia

2 comments:

  1. Panipat city is also involved in the actual list

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  2. Malda Town...........

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