New Delhi, May 9 : Tech giant Google on Monday announced the launch of free high-speed public wi-fi service at 15 railways stations across India over the extensive fiber network of Indian Railway’s RailTel, which provides internet services as RailWire.  “We’re seeing incredible usage of the wi-fi service across the stations and over 2.5 lakhs users are using the service every week, demonstrating more than 2x growth in less than a month. Backed by this response, RailTel and the ministry of railways has decided to extend the project to cover key suburban stations in Mumbai as well,” said Gulzar Azad, head of access programmes, Google India.  (ALSO READ: Google’s free Wi-Fi service arrives at Bhubaneswar railway station) Also Read - International Women's Day: Google Honours History of Firsts Achieved by Women Through Video Doodle

“The service is now live across 15 stations covering key corners of the country from Pune to Guwahati, and from Ernakulam to Jaipur. Our roll out schedule is on track and we are confident of providing the service across 100 stations in India by end of this year,” added Azad.  The RailTel Google free high-speed public wi-fi service is currently available at Mumbai Central, Pune, Bhubaneshwar, Bhopal, Ranchi, Raipur, Vijayawada, Kacheguda, Ernakulum Junction, Vishakhapatnam, Jaipur, Patna, Guwahati, Ujjain and Allahabad. Also Read - Gangubai Kathiawadi Starring Alia Bhatt in Trouble: Kamathipura Residents Hold Protests For Hurting Sentiments, Call It 'Shameful'

Also Read - Mumbai Local Train News: Suburban Services to be Affected on Central, Western And Harbour Line Today. Check Timings