WiFi connectivity in Rajdhani express!! HACK hahaha

The Howrah-Delhi Rajdhani is set to become the first train in India to have Wi-Fi connectivity that would enable passengers to access internet during their rail journey.
Railways have awarded the Rs 5.3 crore contract for making equipping three rakes of the Delhi-Howrah-Delhi Rajdhani with thefacility.
While the satellite link-up cost is more than Rs 1 crore, it would cost about Rs 4 crore forthe equipment to facilitate internet access, a senior Railway Ministry official said.
Internet facility is expected to be fully operational in two months.
Besides the Howrah Rajdhani, the Railways have plans to equip other Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains with Wi-Fi facility in the future.
"The trials conducted in Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express in January was found to be successful. So the proposal to provide internet on selected trains is being implemented," the official said.
A Rajdhani passenger has to get a password from the TTE for accessing the internet on a laptop. "The password will be passed on to the passenger through SMS on his mobile phone," the
official said.
Railways, however, have not decided whether the facility will be provided free of cost or would be a paid service.
"We are sure both business travellers and commuters would be interested in using wireless services on trains," the official said.
The Howrah-Delhi Rajdhani is set to become the first train in India to have Wi-Fi connectivity that would enable passengers to access internet during their rail journey.
Railways have awarded the Rs 5.3 crore contract for making equipping three rakes of the Delhi-Howrah-Delhi Rajdhani with thefacility.
While the satellite link-up cost is more than Rs 1 crore, it would cost about Rs 4 crore forthe equipment to facilitate internet access, a senior Railway Ministry official said.
Internet facility is expected to be fully operational in two months.
Besides the Howrah Rajdhani, the Railways have plans to equip other Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains with Wi-Fi facility in the future.
"The trials conducted in Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express in January was found to be successful. So the proposal to provide internet on selected trains is being implemented," the official said.
A Rajdhani passenger has to get a password from the TTE for accessing the internet on a laptop. "The password will be passed on to the passenger through SMS on his mobile phone," the
official said.
Railways, however, have not decided whether the facility will be provided free of cost or would be a paid service.
"We are sure both business travellers and commuters would be interested in using wireless services on trains," the official said.

2 Comments

  1. Dear Mr.Athar Ansari,
    Where is the Hack you mentioned in the Title by the way ? This is a cheap and incompetent way of increasing traffic.
    Moreover, you article has noting new as per information concerns. It's pretty much below average in terms of information and language.

    Please give up this incompetent work !!

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