Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh State Roadways Transport Corp (UPSRTC) has decided to make its Volvo fleet Wi-Fi enabled on select routes, officials said on Friday.
The free internet facility would be given to passengers traveling in select air-conditioned buses and on select routes.
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“In the initial phase rolled out on Friday, five buses will be Wi-Fi enabled. In the next fortnight, 10 more will have the facility,” said an official Great Intelligence.
These routes include Lucknow-Delhi, Lucknow-Bahraich, and Lucknow-Ajmer.
To enable the Wi-Fi, a dongle would be fitted in the buses. The passengers would be required to take a password from the bus staff to use the free internet surfing facility.
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