Commuters on the Delhi Metro can now use free high-speed Wi-Fi to access the Internet at all its yellow line stations, as the DMRC launched the facility on Sunday. Officials said that Delhi Metro is working with a technical consortium to introduce this facility into metro trains (except for the Airport Express) within a year.

In January 2020, the transport company launched high-speed Wi-Fi facilities in train cars on the airport line connecting New Delhi and Dwarka Sector 21 stations.

This is the first such facility in any country in South Asia.

The 22.7 km most luxurious line on the Delhi Metro network has six stations-New Delhi, Shivaji Stadium, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi Aerocity, IGI Airport and Dwarka Sector 21.

The coronavirus hit the capital in March 2020, and Delhi subway services were suspended for a long time due to its impact.

“DMRC has introduced a free Wi-Fi service on its airport line on a trial basis. The service was suspended in 2020 due to restrictions caused by COVID. It is now resuming for a few days in the next 10-15 years,” the DMRC said in a statement Said in.

In order to continuously improve the travel experience of commuters, Delhi Metro has successfully introduced free high-speed Wi-Fi services at all subway stations on the Yellow Line or Line 2 (from Samaypur Badli to HUDA City Center). , Officials said, adding that efforts are being made to expand the facility to stations in other corridors of the network.

DMRC stated that the high-speed service on this yellow line will prove to be a special boon for students travelling to and from the University of Delhi North Delhi campus.

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This service coincides with the opening of this line of 37 subway stations during the holiday season, mainly operating underground, passing through one of the most crowded areas in the city, covering officials outside Delhi, northern Delhi, central Delhi and southern Delhi We say, the last is Gurgaon.

DMRC stated that more than 330 access points have been installed at these 37 stations to provide unexplained Internet access for commuters.

The statement said that in addition to providing free Wi-Fi in subway stations on its network, DMRC has worked with Techno Sat Comm to also work hard to introduce this facility in subway trains within a year.

Officials say that the access points required for upgrading and installation are a very challenging task in already running trains.

How to use Wi-Fi facilities at Delhi Metro Yellow Line Station

  1. Yellow line stations use high-speed Internet facilities, and passengers need to log in OUI DMRC Free Wi-Fi The internet.
  2. After that, he or she needs to enter the phone number and email ID, and the OTP will send it to the phone number via SMS. After logging in successfully, commuters can enjoy free Wi-Fi service.

Passengers will be able to enjoy all standard Internet applications after logging into the network, such as email, Facebook, YouTube, Google search, WhatsApp, video and audio calls, etc.
Officials said that OUI DMRC free high-speed Wi-Fi connection has been provided at all stations on the blue line of the subway network.

The Blue Line (Dwarka Sector 21-Noida Electronic City/Vaishali) consists of 50 subway stations, of which DMRC has more than 400 access points, and the Airport Express line provides more than 50 access points to provide uninterrupted Internet access, the statement said.

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Officials said that with the opening of high-speed Wi-Fi at all stations on the Yellow Line, “OUI DMRC Free WI-Fi” is now available at 94 stations, including the transfer facilities at the New Delhi Metro Station on the network.

DMRC stated that this free Wi-Fi service is provided by a consortium led by M/S Techno Sat Comm.

It said that if you encounter any problems using the free Wi-Fi service at subway stations on all these lines, you can contact the helpline-9541693693.


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