Google brings Free and High-Speed Wi-Fi Network in 56+ Location – All You Need to Now: – Well, reports are coming that the Google is planning some beneficial for the world. As per the reports, in an official statement, the Google said, that they will launch a network of free Wi-Fi hotspots across Mexico, part of the search giant’s effort to improve connectivity in emerging markets and put its products in the hands of more users.
As per the reports, Google is looking for the much users and that’s why he is putting the Wi-Fi networks for all people from various places around the world. Sources are saying that the company is building an ad-supported network of Wi-Fi hotspots in high-traffic locations, is launching in Mexico with 56 hotspots and others planned.
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Also, the reports are saying that Mexico will be Google Station’s third market following India and Indonesia, and the first in Latin America. Mexico has made great strides in connectivity since a 2013-14 telecom reform intended to loosen the grip of billionaire Carlos Slim’s America Movil, which has long dominated the market. Google Launched Android P for Developer
Even in a talk with media, Google said, that “We are finding that public Wi-Fi remains still a very important way to get online,” Anjali Joshi, a vice president for product management at Google, told reporters. She also added that Google saw Mexico as a good entry point for the product in Latin America. Mexico-based SitWifi provided equipment for the hotspots.
Also, she shared that Google’s initial batch of Wi-Fi zones is scattered across the country, from the Ciudad Juarez airport at the US border to posh shopping centers in Mexico City. You all may know that Google already put more than 8 million people online by putting some Wi-Fi networks in India mostly in railway stations.