The Delhi Metro introduced free high-speed Wi-Fi access from all Metro stations along the Yellow Line, which runs from HUDA City Centre to Samaypur Badli. In a press release, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) mentioned that the Wi-Fi service is being launched on the Yellow Line, which consists of 37 Metro stations and runs mostly underground through one of the most congested areas of Delhi, covering outer Delhi, north Delhi, central Delhi, south Delhi, and finally Gurugram. Over 330 access points have been placed at these 37 stations to provide passengers with uninterpreted internet access.
This High-Speed Free Wi-Fi Service is provided to help students travelling to and from Delhi University’s North Delhi Campus. By entering into network ID “OUI DMRC FREE Wi-Fi,” passengers may use standard internet apps such as Email, Facebook, Google Search, WhatsApp, Video, and Audio calls. The OUI DMRC free high-speed WiFi connectivity is available on all stations of the Blue Line and Airport Express line. The Blue Line consists of 50 metro stations where DMRC has placed over 400 access points to provide uninterpreted internet access, whereas the Airport Express Line (New Delhi Railway Station to Dwarka Sector 21, linking Indira Gandhi International Airport) consists of six stations where DMRC has placed over 50 access points to provide uninterpreted internet access.
Oui DMRC Free Wi-Fi is now available in 94 Delhi Metro Network stations, after the rollout of High-Speed Wi-Fi at all Yellow Line stations. A Consortium led by M/S Techno Sat Comm provides this free Wi-Fi service. Apart from offering free Wi-Fi at Metro stations across its network, DMRC is working with Techno Sat Comm to bring this facility inside Metro trains.