Rail Budget 2013: Faster IRCTC with e-ticketing, Free WiFi service propose

Rail Budget 2013-14 has come up with a slew of passengers’ safety measures along with sparing from another hike in basic train fares, but a fresh technology development proposal of free WiFi connectivity on trains.

Railway Minister, Pawan Kumar Bansal has announced free WiFi connectivity on several trains for improving passengers’ travel experience, sources said.

Even, there would be e-ticketing service via the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Company (IRCTC) website, Bansal’s promised to make it as soon as possible.

Reports said, the minister also announced to launch the facility for mobile e-ticketing. The Next generation e-ticketing system is likely to be operation by end of this year, able to support 7,200 tickets per minute as against 2,000 tickets per minute today.

This is the best for youth as well as new generation where high end devices are the priority with high network services and Bansal’s WiFi service is surly fulfill their requirement as per modern tech.

However, still no reports revealed that which trains would have got such free of cost high connection facility.


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