Google today said it has partnered with Andhra Pradesh State FiberNet Ltd (APSFNL) to facilitate Internet access to more than 12,000 villages, benefitting around 10 million people.
The tech giant also rebranded its ‘Tez’ as ‘Google Pay’ as part of its efforts to take the digital payments app to more online and retail merchants across the country.
Google, through ‘Google Station’, provides Wi-Fi services in public locations in partnership with various entities. After India, Google took Google Station to other countries like Indonesia, Nigeria, Thailand and Mexico. Previously,
Google had partnered RailTel to offer Wi-Fi access across 400 railway stations in India.
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