Saturday, October 01, 2016

Get connected faster at IGIA

New Delhi: Passengers at the Delhi airport will soon be able to enjoy access to high-speed Internet without the hassle of logging into the airport’s Wi-Fi network.

Currently, people have access to free Wi-Fi services at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) but have to first log in to the network and generate a user id and a password — a process many find to be cumbersome.

Thanks to a new service called ‘Mobile Data Offloading’ (MDO), which will soon be launched by the airport operator Delhi International Airport Ltd. (DIAL), passengers will be able to access Wi-Fi through their existing data services on their phone, sources at the airport said.

“With the launch of this service, IGIA is set to become India’s largest Wi-Fi zone,” an official said, adding: “The service enables passengers to automatically offload data traffic from their phones to a high-capacity Wi-Fi network, as they arrive at the airport.”
01/10/16 Sidhartha Roy/The Hindu
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