Sunday, April 7, 2013

BSNL introduces Wi-Fi network module for cars

Launched in Indore for now, the module will be made available nationwide once it gains popularity.
BSNL introduces Wi-Fi network module for cars

We all know that in this technology-driven age, everything including in-car connectivity is galloping forward at an unprecedented pace. For years, a number of third-party companies are offering internet connectivity in
cars available overseas.

In India though, things are just getting started. The state owned internet service provider, BSNL has now launched a WiFi module for cars, allowing motorists to access the World Wide Web on the go. Costing between Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000, the WiFi network module has been launched in Indore for now, however it will go on sale all over the country once it gains popularity.       

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