Google has decided to shut down it’s free google station Wi-fi globally including Nigeria.
Google says that the service is currently live in Brazil, South Africa, Nigeria, Thailand, the Philippines, Mexico, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The Station program will be wound down globally this year.
According to Faqontech, Google is shutting down Station, a program that saw the company offer free Wi-Fi across over 400 railway stations in India and over 5000 locations worldwide since 2016
Google explained that it took the decision to end the program because it was becoming difficult to scale up and to make a sustainable business.
In June 2018, Google said it had 8 million monthly Station users consuming an average of 350MB of data per session. Over half of Station users connected to the service multiple times a day.
The company had worked with various partners in each market where it offered the Station service, but each had different technical and infrastructure requirements.
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