400 stations done, Google to end its free WiFi journey
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"We are so early in this game (that) we are really not focused on the competition. We are focused hard on our users," Caesar Sengupta said.
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When a user logs into the Google Station app, they will get to see an ad. That is how we are monetising, said Sengupta.
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Open to more tieups with featurephone companies: Caesar Sengupta, Google VP, Next Billion Users
"Once you build something well for India, it will work everywhere. Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam are very similar and we may consider them," said Sengupta.
Simplicity, not freebies, will drive cashless push forward: Caesar Sengupta, Vice president, Next Billion Users, Google
"There is a lot more innovation needed to get people to use digital. You have to build products that are safe, secure and fun to use," Caesar Sengupta said.
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