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ZDNetindia Reports...

Pune is going to be the country's first Wi-Fi enabled information technology city.

...expected to be commissioned in a year's time, would offer Wi-Fi connectivity to approximately a 400 sq km area, including Pune city, Pimpri-Chinchwad and information technology pockets such as Hinjewadi.

...available data showed that Pune had the largest Internet-user base in the country.


I love Pune!

Comments

Anonymous said…
Wow that's great news!!! Too bad this didn't happen a year earlier. By the way, I'll be in B'lore around April Fool's Day
Deepanjan said…
You're fooling me already, right?
Anonymous said…
Nope, not at all!!! I fly in on 28th evening and leave for Kerala the following morning. Then I'll be back in your wonderful city on the 1st or 2nd
Deepanjan said…
That's what I call a whirlwind tour!

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