(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Internet connectivity on the road just got a bit easier. According to a report from India Times on Thursday, telephone operator BSNL recently launched Wi-Fi technology integrated into car systems.
The solution relies on 3.5Mbps made available via an antenna.
In Indian currency, the capability is expected to set you back in an amount ranging from RS 5 thousand to 6 thousand.
According to a report from research firm IMS last fall, Wi-Fi capabilities in automobiles were expected to multiply by eight within the next seven years. While we definitely thing this prospect is cool, we still think 4G is the most viable route.