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Delhi-Kolkata Rajdhani to have Wi-Fi connectivity

New Delhi, April 2 : Passengers on the Delhi-Kolkata Rajdhani would now be able to connect to internet through Wi-Fi facility while travelling, a railway official said Tuesday.


Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal will launch the facility on the train at the Delhi station Tuesday, according to the official.

"Many passengers feel the need to access internet while travelling," the official said.

Passenger will be given login and password for the duration of the journey based on the ticket details.

Railway sources said this service would act as a pilot and is proposed to be introduced in Shatabdi and Duronto trains as well.

--IANS (Posted on 02-04-2013)

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