According to an official statement, five most crowded Delhi Metro stations - Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Vishwavidyalaya, Central Secretariat and Hauz Khas - have been identified for providing WiFi facilities initially.

As per the MoU signed between DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh and Rail Tel Chairman & Managing Director RK Bahuguna, the installation of the equipment is expected to be completed within the next seven months.

The Delhi Metro is exploring the possibilities of introducing WiFi based internet facilities at the  stations and in the trains. Also, Rail Tel will conduct the necessary surveys, install equipments and carry out maintenance of the infrastructure.

With the move, metro passengers covering long distance from NCR to Delhi will avail the WiFi facilities in the station premises on while on-board.

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