Mexico City getting more than 100 Google Station public Wi-Fi hotspots

Mindy Sparks
March 15, 2018

Finding a free Wi-Fi hotspot in Mexico is about to get a little easier, thanks to Google.

The premise behind Station is to improve access to high bandwidth services in areas where internet data plans might not be affordable, and thus users are reticent to surf the web.

Google's initial batch of Wi-Fi zones is scattered across the country, from the Ciudad Juarez airport at the US border to posh shopping centers in Mexico City.

Google's bringing free, high-speed Wi-Fi to 60+ locations across Mexico
Google brings free, high-speed Wi-Fi to 56+ locations

Vice President of Product Management at Google, Anjali Joshi, looks on during a news conference to announce the launching of Google Station in Mexico City, March 13, 2018. Mexico will be Google Station's third market following India and Indonesia, and the first in Latin America. These hotspots can be found in "high-traffic venues ... including airports, shopping malls and public transit stations", Google Station engineering team member Jack Fermon wrote in a blog post. In Mexico, Google is working with Internet service provider Sitwifi to convert the company's existing hotspots to Google Station.

Google Station launched back in 2015, and its goal is to offer people Internet access that's fast, free, and reliable.

As per the reports, Google is looking for the much users and that's why he is putting the Wi-Fi networks for all people from various places around the world. Google Station now boasts roughly 8 million users every month in India, and the company sees great potential for its growth in Mexico as well. She also added that Google saw Mexico as a good entry point for the product in Latin America.

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