New Delhi:-Telecom Regulator has created a new plan to reach the home. Under this plan you can get internet facility in just 2 rupees. This plan has been named Pay As You Go. For this, TRAI has invited companies to take part in the pilot project. These Wi-Fi hotpots will be known as Public Data Offices (PDOs). These PDOs will be like the PCO booth connecting India to the phone.Initially, plans ranging from Rs 2 to Rs 20 will be kept. To use it, users must use their KYC and one time password. TRAI believes that this will make the internet available to the people of India cheaper and easier and also reduce the load on the network. This will also limit the number of towers in one area.To participate in this pilot project, companies will have to send their details till July 25. After this project, the number of Wi-Fi hotspots will be 31,000 in India, while in the US, it has a total of 10 million and France has 13 million. The purpose of this project is to create an open system based on the Wi-Fi Access Network Interface (WANI), for which the suggestions will be made from the applicants.TRAI is going to issue WANI architecture document in two to three days. Companies can make such POD even at small shops from this system. There will be no need for a license, but it will be necessary for the telecom department to get the registration and e-KYC of the users.
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