Free WiFi in India is almost like a dream come true. Though we are all connected via our mobile data all the time, but then who doesn't like free stuff. Of course, we also hope that the speed of the WiFi would be better as compared to the data connection that keeps dropping as you move from place to place.
The reality of this dream came true when WiFi service came live in Mumbai Central station in Mumbai in the month of January. With a time limit of 20-30 minutes, one can easily use WiFi at these places absolutely free. Take a look at the places where you can grab free public WiFi in your city.
While CM Arvind Kejriwal may have promised free WiFi in Delhi during polling, he didn't follow through. But still you can enjoy browsing for free at places like Khan Market and Connaught Place in Delhi. Apart from this, Tata Docomo gives you free WiFi at Hauz Khas village (HKV) for the first 20 minutes. Bookstores and coffee shops at Delhi like Barista Coffee N-16 in CP and Oxford Bookstore also provide free WiFi, which is the major reason they are always filled with people. If you want to enjoy WiFi at Rajiv Chowk and Kashmere Gate, you will need to get your number registered followed by a further OTP verification process.
Mumbai Central station was the first station to enjoy free WiFi. Mumbai International and Domestic Airports offer free WiFi along with Shivaji Park at Dadar.
Did you know there is a free WiFi service that was introduced by the Bihar government at a 20-km stretch? You can enjoy free WiFi between NIT-Patna on Ashok Rajpath to Danapur since 2014 which is now known as the world’s longest corridor of free WiFi connectivity!
I am not sure about the speed, but you can surely enjoy free WiFi at Gandhi Ashram, Science City, Kankaria Lake and Madhupura market in Ahmedabad.
Apart from Yeshwantpur, Koramangala and Shanthinagar bus stops, you can also enjoy free WiFi at MG Road, Brigade Road and CMH Road.