Indian Railways Introduce 'wake-up Call' Service, Netizens Call It Great Initiative

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In an attempt to help passengers not miss their destination station, the Indian Railways has introduced a new service "wake-up call" on mobile phones.

Written By Ruchit Rastogi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In an attempt to help passengers not miss their destination station, the Indian Railways has introduced a new service "wake-up call" on mobile phones. The wake-up call service will wake up passengers half-an-hour ahead of their scheduled time at their destination station.

Minister of Railways and Commerce, Piyush Goyal posted a tweet detailing the service.

Netizens call Indian Railway's initiative a great step

The latest initiative by Indian Railways has made a lot of people happy and many of them have gone ahead to thank Piyush Goyal to implement such a service.


 

 

 

 

 

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