Google and O-Zone Networks to offer free Wi-Fi access in 2012

By Telecom Lead Team: Google announced its marketing
initiative with Wi-Fi provider O-Zone Networks. This joint marketing
program is aimed at encouraging mobile internet usage, and get consumer
experiences of Google+ and YouTube on their portable devices.

All Google+ users will get free and unlimited
access to Google+ on the Wi-Fi network at all O-Zone hotspots across the
country. Users will be able to surf YouTube to watch exclusive movie clips and
promotions for 10 minutes each week without any charge. This offer will be
available for 3 months pan-India initially at all O-Zone Wi-Fi hotspots.

The tie up between Google and O-Zone enables Indian
consumers to experience the advantages of safe and secure web access in public
domain. O-Zone’s services are available at popular hangouts like Café Coffee
Day, McDonalds, Café Oz, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Costa Coffee, Subway, OM
Bookshop, etc., and also in buildings managed by DLF, Fortis, the Ansal Group,
the Oberoi-Trident hotels and the Radisson group. 

This association between Google India and O-Zone
Networks reinforces the fact that people are now realizing the power of Wi-Fi.
We aim to provide a good internet surfing experience to the customers. With
India being the fastest growing internet market in the world, people are
conscious of the content they view online. This will enable them to enjoy
Google+ and YouTube free of cost at any of our hotspots,” said Sanjeev (Bobby)
Sarin, CEO, O-Zone Networks.

O-Zone Networks has established more than 5000 hotspots
and has built a wireless broadband entity that is a hybrid of owned, overlay
and roaming networks across retail, education, commercial, leisure, and
hospitality sector. O

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