BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) has announced free WiFi service around the area of PJ Tower in Mumbai. The company unveiled the service in partnership with Tata Docomo and users can avail free WiFi for 4 hours in a day. Ravi Shankar Prasad, Minister for Communications & Information Technology, Government of India inaugurated the launch event.
“Mumbai is the financial hub of India and the BSE represents one of the key business centers in the city. Our aim is to modernize such influential structures that represent the true spirit of a metro like Mumbai. This initiative is a stepping stone in our endeavor towards evolving infrastructure development across the state; given the significance of internet these days, this will definitely benefit everyone. We look forward to similar initiatives in the future,” Ravi Shankar Prasad said.
Ramadorai, Chairman BSE said, “BSE strongly believes in India’s Financial Inclusion journey. This is one more step which BSE has taken to help common man on the streets of Mumbai to avail of the Free Wifi and use it to better his knowledge and give him window to endless opportunities the internet can offer.”
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