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    Go Yellow to access high-speed internet on Delhi Metro

    The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) announced a surprised treat for passengers who are using their service, will now be able to access free high-speed internet at all the Metro stations on the Yellow Line (connecting Huda City Centre and Samaypur Badli).

    “This service, coinciding with the start of festival season, is launched on the Delhi Metro Yellow Line, which has 37 Metro stations and runs mostly underground through one of the most congested parts of Delhi — covering outer and north Delhi through central and south Delhi and finally Gurugram. More than 330 access points have been installed at these 37 stations to provide uninterrupted internet access to commuters,” the DMRC said in a statement.

    Free High-Speed Internet for Delhi Metro Yellow Line Passengers announced

    They added, “This high-speed free Wi-Fi service will especially prove to be a boon to students travelling to and from the north campus of the Delhi University.”

    The DMRC said it is also working with a technology consortium to introduce the free WiFi facility inside trains.

    Anuj Dayal, executive director (corporate communications) of the DMRC said that the facility is already operational in the network’s Blue Line (connecting Dwarka Sector 21 and Noida Electronic City/Vaishali) and the Airport Express Line.

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