Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has come up with plans for high speed Wi-Fi across the country. TRAI plans to provide Wi-Fi on two paise per MB compared to the ten paise per MB rate of telecom market. That is, one GB data is available for Rs 21.
According to the Times of India, TRAI will take the help of small entrepreneurs, content and service providers to give high speed Wi-Fi to customers. TRAI believes that in addition to Telecom Networks, internet can be made available through Wi-Fi in other ways in other parts of the country.
If this scheme of TRAI is implemented successfully, people will be able to get one GB data in 20.48 in future. TRAI believes that through this, increasing load on telecom companies can be reduced, which impacts on call quality and internet speed.
Another advantage of this scheme would be that if the telecom companies are not able to access the Internet, then if the facility is present in the corner of the country then users will be able to use the Internet even without difficulty. Explain that in order to increase Wi-Fi access, TRAI released a consultation paper in July last year.