Google Offers Free Wi-Fi In India To Access Social Networks

Google Offers Free Wi-Fi In India To Access Social Networks
technology

Google encourages mobile internet usage on Google+ and YouTube via a partnership with India's public Wi-Fi giant.

Alice Chan
  • 11 january 2012

Google is offering users in India free Wi-Fi in an effort to increase usage of Google’s social network, Google+, as well as YouTube. The service, provided by O-Zone Networks, will run for an initial three months, will allow unlimited usage of Google+ and 10 minutes of free access to YouTube per week, but any other websites can only be accessed by paying for minutes. O-Zone is in talks with Google to make it a long-term contract. Sanjeev Sarin, CEO, O-Zone Networks said of the unique marketing partnership:

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