Mumbai : ONEOTT Intertainment Ltd (OIL), Hinduja’s foray into Telecom and Internet services in partnership with Express Wi-Fi by Facebook is providing Free Wi-Fi to devotees across Mumbai with a seamless and hassle-free internet connectivity experience.
This service is available in over 120+ Ganpati Pandals including iconic locations such as Lalbaug cha Raja, Girgaum cha Raja, Ganesh Galli, among others. OIL has been actively involved in providing Public Wi-Fi Services with a special focus on Ganeshotsav, where they have been providing Free Wi-Fi and internet access to devotees since 2016, under the brand name “AamchaNet”.
The landmark service has seen close to half a million users since its inception, connecting devotees across Mumbai from the first day of the festival till Visarjan, where Free Wi-Fi access is also available at the most popular Visarjan sites including Girgaum Chowpatty.
Yugal Sharma, CEO of ONEOTT iNTERTAINMENT LIMITED (OIL) said – “In the fourth year of providing Public Wi-Fi services during Ganeshotsav, it was amazing to see organizers coming to us directly and asking about enabling their pandals with high speed Wi-Fi. This year, we will be enabling 6 times the pandals and locations that we covered in the first year of launching “AamchaNet”. And now with ONE Express Wi-Fi by Facebook, OIL’s ambitious plans for providing Public Wi-Fi access have been solidified and we are looking forward to a successful partnership.”
To access the service, devotees need to connect to “ONE Express Wi-Fi by Facebook” in the available networks on their devices. By entering their Mobile numbers and verifying the One Time Password (OTP), people can gain access to unlimited data powered by ONE GigaFiber’s high speed connectivity.
Express Wi-Fi by Facebook partners with an expanding ecosystem of mobile network operators and internet service providers to help them better provide fast, affordable, reliable, and scalable internet access. Express Wi-Fi by Facebook is live in 9 countries in Asia and Africa delivering great Wi-Fi to people when and where’s it needed.