Google canceled its free WiFi program in India because traffic charges were cheaper.
By Danice Flury 2020-02-24 909 17
As for why Google canceled the free WiFi program, Google explained that it has become easier for Indians to connect to the Internet in recent years, and there have been more ways to use the Internet, which is in line with Google's vision of getting more people to use the Internet. So, in the current environment, Google decided to cancel this free WiFi program. In addition, India is currently one of the cheapest countries in the world for mobile data per GB, and Indians are free to use the Internet.
In addition, Google revealed another part of the reason for canceling the free WiFi program. Because the free WiFi program is inconsistent with the policies of some areas, and the problems caused by the construction of base stations, are one of the factors that Google finally decided to cancel the free WiFi plan. In addition, Google has also expressed the idea of working with an Indian company that intends to work with Google to continue to support the free WiFi program.
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