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Sunday, April 23, 2017

Now Wi-Fi service will be sold at grocery stores and stops

Center for Development of Telematics (C-DoT) has created a Tech Solution to provide affordable Wi-Fi facility. Under this system, the help of mass market 'Public Data Office' (PDO) device will be taken to provide Wi-Fi. The special feature of this service will be that it will be provided on the line-free (industrial, signature) band. Through this device any grocery shop and trunk can offer Wi-Fi service. C-DoT is a government-owned telecommunications research and development center.
How much will it cost ?: The cost of the  PDO device will be up to 50000 rupees. Buying and selling vendors in your store or handcuffs will be able to sell Wi-Fi data at very affordable prices. This will sometimes make it easier for those who use the Internet. This plan can be very useful for those who do not want to use regular data packs. The cheapest data voucher for Wi-Fi can cost up to 10 rupees.
How to get the service:   Tech Solutions of C-DoT has hardware and software elements. This service license will be provided under the Free Industrial Scientific and Medical Band. E-KYC, One Time Password Authentication and Voucher Management Mechanism will be taken to give Wi-Fi access. This device also has a billing system.
PDO Technology is going to transfer C-DoT to its 20 manufacturing partner companies. These include Himachal Futuristic Communications Limited (HFCL), BHEL and ITI Ltd. These companies will commence commercial production of these devices. According to C-DoT, small shopkeepers in the semi urban or rural area can also provide data using 2.24GHz and 5.8GHz free-to-use frequencies. For this, they will not have to go through the process of regulation. These frequencies do not interfere in other frequencies used for communication.

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