Technically Speaking, Where Is India’s Public Wifi?

Edited by Malavika VN

Three years ago, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, more commonly known as TRAI, designed a unique framework for Public Wifi that could potentially transform the way we access the Internet. This project, called Wifi Access Network Interface, or WANI, might have taken a cue from India’s UPI to become a global standard for Wifi infrastructure. However, three years hence, it’s still yet to see the light of day. Why?

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