FireFly Networks, a joint venture between India's largest telecom operators Airtel and Vodafone, has installed WiFi services on the premises of the Supreme Court of India, the apex court informed in a notification (pdf). "In order to overcome the difficulties being faced by the members of the Bar and other visitors to the Supreme Court in having Internet connectivity in the Supreme Court, as per directions, the matter was taken up with various service providers, including FireFly Networks Limited, for providing wi-fi services. It is hereby informed that a provision for Wi-Fi access for the members of the Bar and also for the visitors to the Supreme Court has been made in the Supreme Court and the said 24x7 service will be provided by M/s FireFly Networks Limited, with effect from April 20, 2015, 9.30 a.m," the statement read. At the Supreme Court, users wanting to access the Internet will get following Wifi names (SSIDs) in the zone:i) VFWiFiVoucher ii) Vodafone WiFI and iii) Airtel Hangout It seems that the SSID with VFWiFiVoucher is the WiFi service FireFly networks will be offering. Users opting for the complimentary free service will be access the network for 20 minutes with a data limit of 100 Mb. After consuming the Complimentary Wi-Fi pack, subscriber can purchase other WiFi packs i.e. Rs 20 for 30 minutes, Rs 30 for 60 minutes and Rs. 50 for 120 minutes. "As assured by service provider, subscribers will shortly be provided with more options with daily, weekly and monthly packs,"…
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