New Delhi, Jan 12 (IANS) The swanky high-speed Airport Metro Express Line (AMEL), led by Reliance Infrastructure, is going another step forward in providing customer comfort – with internet connectivity at stations, an official said Thursday.
“Commuters now can surf internet, check emails sitting at the Airport Metro Express station itself. All the six stations on the line will be wi-fi enabled,” said a spokesperson of Reliance Infrastructure.
According to the official, the wi-fi connectivity will be more useful for frequent air travellers.
“Many commuters check in their luggage anytime between six hours to a minimum of two and a half hours before their flight departure, so they can pass time on surfing internet,” the official said.
Reliance Infrastructure has tied up with You Broadband, which will provide internet connectivity free of cost, as an inaugural offer.
Built at a cost of Rs.5,700 crore, the 23-km AMEL has six stations: New Delhi Railway Station, Shivaji Stadium, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi Aero City, Indira Gandhi International Airport and Dwarka Sector 21.