Speaking on 'Wireless Broadband Vision Forum' at FICCI Federation House here, Khetan added that in second and third phases, public WiFi will be provided in rural areas and unauthorised colonies respectively.

"The minimum speed of the WiFi that we are proposing is 1 Mbps for good user experience and each user should get 1 GB of downloads for a month free,” AAP leader stated.

"In the first phase, which should not take more than one year to complete, free WiFi will be available in both private and government colleges in Delhi," he said.

There are roughly 275 rural and urban villages which don't have access of internet in the capital. Khetan said that the government doesn't want to own infrastructure and run any infrastructure of the services, adding that companies which have expertise in the field will develop the infrastructure.

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