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Google's vision for India: Fast Wi-Fi for everyone, 2G-ready Play Store, and YouTube Go

Here's what Google is working on to connect the next billion users. At its Google for India event, the search giant talked about connecting the next billion users. Google is looking to India as a key market for growth, and as such the company is debuting a host of new features that will be exclusive to Indian users initially. Google kicked things off by talking about the incredible growth in the country, stating that every single second, three Indians are making their way online for the first time.
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