Delhi Metro Launches Free Wi-Fi Services at Yellow Line Metro Stations: How to Use


Commuters of the Delhi Metro can now entry the Internet utilizing free high-speed Wi-Fi at all its Yellow Line stations, because the DMRC launched the power on Sunday. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation in affiliation with a expertise consortium is engaged on introducing this facility inside metro trains (moreover the Airport Express Line) additionally in a 12 months”s time, officers stated.

In January 2020, the city transporter launched a high-speed Wi-Fi facility inside prepare coaches on the Airport Line that connects New Delhi and Dwarka Sector 21 stations.

It was the primary such facility in any nation within the South Asian area.

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

The coronavirus pandemic had hit the nationwide capital in March 2020 and Delhi Metro companies have been halted for a very long time due to its affect.

“The DMRC on a trial-basis had introduced free Wi-Fi service in the trains of its Airport Line, which were suspended due to COVID-induced constraints in 2020, and are now in the process of being restored within the next 10-15 days time,” the DMRC stated in an announcement.

In its efforts to constantly improve journey expertise for its commuters, the Delhi Metro has efficiently launched the power of free high-speed Wi-Fi service at all metro stations of the Yellow Line or Line-2, from Samaypur Badli to HUDA City Centre), the officers stated, including that work is on to develop the power to stations of different corridors of the community.

This high-speed service on the Yellow Line will show to be a particular boon to college students travelling to and from North Delhi Campus of Delhi University, the DMRC stated.

This service, coinciding with the pageant season, has been launched on this line which consists of 37 metro stations, and runs principally underground by way of probably the most congested elements of the town, overlaying outer Delhi, north Delhi by way of central Delhi, and south Delhi and eventually Gurgaon, the officers stated.

More than 330 entry factors have been put in at these 37 stations to present uninterpreted Internet entry to the commuters, the DMRC stated.

Apart from offering free Wi-Fi at metro stations throughout its community, the DMRC in affiliation with Techno Sat Comm is striving to introduce this facility inside metro trains additionally in a 12 months”s time from right here on, the assertion stated.

Upgrading and putting in the specified entry factors is kind of a difficult activity in already operational trains, the officers stated.

How to entry Wi-Fi facility at Delhi Metro Yellow Line stations

  1. To entry the high-speed Internet facility at Yellow Line stations, a passenger wants to go surfing to OUI DMRC FREE WI-FI community.
  2. After that, she or he would wish to enter the cellphone quantity and e-mail id and an OTP could be despatched to the cellular quantity by way of SMS. Once the login is profitable, the commuter can benefit from the free Wi-Fi service.

Passengers shall be ready to get pleasure from all customary Internet purposes like e-mail, Facebook, YouTube, Google search, WhatsApp, video and audio calls, and extra after logging into the community.
OUI DMRC free high-speed Wi-Fi connectivity is already obtainable on all stations of the Blue Line of the metro community, the officers stated.

The Blue Line (Dwarka Sector 21-Noida Electronic City/Vaishali) consists of fifty metro stations whereby, over 400 entry factors are positioned by the DMRC whereas, the Airport Express Line has been supplied with over 50 entry factors to present uninterrupted Internet entry, the assertion stated.

With the launch of high-speed Wi-Fi at all stations of the Yellow Line, “OUI DMRC Free WI-Fi” is now obtainable at 94 stations, together with interchange facility at New Delhi metro station of the community, the officers stated.

This Free Wi-Fi service is being supplied by a Consortium led by M/S Techno Sat Comm, the DMRC stated.

One might contact the helpline – 9541693693 – if any points are confronted in accessing the free Wi-Fi companies at metro stations on all these traces, it stated.

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