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August 01, 2017 Tuesday 12:22:49 PM IST

Tata Docomo Wins in Speed

Technology Inceptions

Wi-Fi services provided by  Tata Docomo at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport, Delhi, has been ranked the fourth fastest amongst the top ten airports in Asia, according to a speed test report by Ookla. It-recorded  an average DL speed of 15.95 Mbp. The top three are Dubai International, Seoul’s Incheon International and Tokyo Haneda Airport.

“For Tata Docomo, public Wi-Fi access is an important step towards digitization and an earnest endeavour for the evolving high speed internet access infrastructure development in the country and aims at empowering our customers with best-in-class real time connectivity solutions,” said Natraj Akella, Vice President, Wi-Fi services, Tata Docomo.


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