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?Google launches Google Station to bring free Wi-Fi to the world

SILICON VALLEY — Google launched a new initiative on Tuesday called Google Station to bring free, fast Wi-Fi to the world. The platform builds on the company’s work in India, which provides free Wi-Fi to millions of users at train stations through Google's partnership with Indian Railways. The service is live in 52 stations and more than 3.5 million people use it monthly, according to the
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