BBC News writes:
A Spanish firm is to sell subsidised routers as part of a plan to turn domestic wi-fi networks into public hotspots.
Fon will sell wi-fi routers, which allow people to surf the net wirelessly, for $5 (2.75).
The company, which has financial backing from Google and Skype, aims to create public wi-fi networks street by street across the US and Europe.
“Wi-fi is universal in cities, but access isn’t,” said Juergen Urbanski.
Can we do something similar in India?