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Commuters travelling on the Delhi Metro’s Magenta and Pink lines will soon be able to access uninterrupted internet connections and signals in trains and at metro stations.
Travellers on Delhi Metro usually complain about massive network problems they face in the metro and at stations. Now, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has installed service boosters to provide better connectivity to the commuters.
Delhi Metro’s Pink Line is a 58 km run and has 28 stations, out of which 11 stations are underground. The Magenta Line corridor, connecting Noida and Janakpuri, is 38 km long. Out of 25 stations in this line, 23 are underground.
A senior official of DMRC said, “Services of major mobile service providers, which cater to a majority of the consumers, are now available on the corridors. Work is also in progress to provide connectivity for all the remaining service providers.”