So far, they have installed 25+ Wi-Fi zones across prime locations in the city including 14 Amma Canteens across 15 Zones in Greater Chennai Corporation. Close to 250 to 300 users can log in at the same time under each Wi-Fi zone that will be available 24×7 for the users to experience high-speed internet powered by ACT Fibernet.
People can access the Wi-Fi hotspots through ACT Fibernet network for 30 minutes at 20 Mbps speed to upload and download files, browse online, watch videos, visit social media handles and more. Existing users of ACT Fibernet will be able to enjoy home speeds and data in public using their log in credentials.
Atria Convergence Technologies COO Sandeep Gupta said: “The State Government is committed to delivering wide network WiFi connectivity in the state through various smart city projects. ACT Fibernet’s vision is to deliver high speed internet to all citizens and we are extremely privileged to work with the government to bring superfast internet via hotspots to the common man. With this initiative, many more people can access high speed internet and help accelerate the government’s vision of inclusive Digital Tamil Nadu and Digital India.”
Greater Chennai Corporation Commissioner G. Prakash commented, “ACT Fibernet has been providing high-speed and futuristic internet connectivity to millions of homes in India, many of our government schools are also powered by their fiber internet connectivity, and we will now extend the technology to our citizens in Chennai. We believe their service will remarkably enhance the internet experience of our people across the city.”