Connaught Place To Get Wi-Fi hotspot Powered by Tata Docomo

By June 9th, 2014 AT 12:51 PM

Tata Docomo has enabled Wi-Fi services in the Connaught Place area the first 20 minutes of service will be free. Post that if a customer wants to continue using the Wi-Fi service, one has an option of buying a plan online or walking up to a counter to purchase scratch cards for any offer he wishes to choose.

Tata Docomo Wi-Fi roaming cards (scratch) offers plans depending on the time one desires to use the services.As of now Tata Docomo is offering Wi-Fi hotspots in Delhi Domestic and T3 International Airport, Feroz Shah Kotla Cricket Stadium in Delhi.
tata docomo Wifi hotpots

These Wi-Fi roaming cards can be used at any Tata Docomo hotspot across India. Tata Docomo Wi-Fi provides pre-paid tariff cards starting from Rs 20 for 40 minutes, Rs 30 for 60 minutes & Rs 50 for 100 minutes.

Tata Docomo has a strong portfolio of providing Wi-Fi hotspots in prominent public areas that has high footfalls. Some of these includes: Delhi Domestic and T3 International Airport, Feroz Shah Kotla Cricket Stadium. The company created India’s largest Wi-Fi hotspot at the Auto Expo concluded recently in February 2014 and was visited by over a lakh of people every day. Tata Docomo is also providing WiFi hotspot connectivity at hospitality giants such as Le Meridian, The Leela, Crown Plaza and Kempinski and educational institutions such as Bluebells School International in the capital region.

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