By the end of 2016, about 521 locations across east Delhi will be turned into high-speed Wi-Fi zones, with access to free internet—it will have a pre-determined daily limit though.
It's not clear what the limit is yet, but it has been promised that it would be "consistent with the average daily usage of an individual as defined by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India."
According to this article on NDTV, the government has also decided to lay down a common fibre-optic network across the city, which will make it possible for Dilliwallahs to access the web in "gigabit speed," and has suggested that 1,000 hot spot zones will cater to around 1,20,000 people at any given point in time.
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