Google To offer FREE Wi-Fi access On Mobile Phones in India

By January 11th, 2012 AT 12:37 PM

Google To offer FREE Wi-Fi access On Mobile Phones in IndiaGoogle today announced a consumer friendly marketing initiative with India’s leading public Wi-Fi provider O-Zone Networks.

This joint marketing program is aimed at encouraging mobile Internet usage, and get consumer experiences of Google+ and YouTube on their portable devices while away from work and home.

As part of the deal, all Google+ users will get free and unlimited access to Google+ on the Wi-Fi network at all O-Zone hotspots across the country.

This first of its kind offer will go live this weekend and will be available for 3 months pan-India initially at all O-Zone Wi-Fi hotspots.

Further users will be able to surf YouTube to watch exclusive movie clips and promotions for 10 minutes each week at no charge.

O-Zone’s services are available at popular hangouts like Café Coffee Day (CCD), McDonalds, Café Oz, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Costa Coffee (CBTL), Subway, OM Bookshop, etc., and also in buildings managed by DLF, Fortis, the Ansal Group, the Oberoi-Trident hotels and the Radisson group.

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