It would be absolutely on the mark to say that if you are visiting India, and you can only visit one place, then in all likelihood, that place would be the Taj Mahal. The monument in Agra is the symbol of love and merits the place among the seven wonders of the world. One thing that we have all done while visiting the Taj Mahal is to take a selfie or even the picture of the monument and later uploaded it because the network in the region ensures there is barely any connectivity.
In order to progress towards a connected India, the Union Minister for Communications Ravi Shankar Prasad has announced free Wi-Fi connectivity for all the visitors to Taj Mahal for half an hour. This has been made possible by BSNL with support from Quadgen, which is a Bangalore based company. Not just for half an hour, if you want to use the internet for longer, you can pay a premium price of Rs 30 for an hour and, therefore enjoy surfing the web right from Taj Mahal.
Taj Mahal is just a start as there are now plans to bring WiFi to Fathepur Sikri complex in Agra after the internet facility was introduced at the Agra Cantt station. While connectivity is always great, you only wonder if having all these options would restrict the people in terms of enjoying an experience that is unadulterated.
Via: BGR India