If there’s no free mobile data on your phone, or you’re in a location with poor or no internet connectivity and you need to download something, don’t worry. Google Play Store has ‘SugarBox’a feature that allows you to access various applications or download documents without internet charges.

How to use SugarBox?

To download Sugar Box, you will need to use mobile data; once downloaded, you can use it for free. Its specialty is that anyone within a 100 kilometer radius can connect their device to it, whether their phone has mobile data or not.

To log in to SugarBox, go to a Common Service Center (CSC) that has this feature. Turn on your phone’s Wi-Fi and click “SugarBox Network“. Now your device will be connected and you can use this service.

To extend this technology, SugarBox Networks is making available, in the Common Service Centers of the villages, devices equipped with a “special Cloud Edge technology”. At present, more than 250 villages in Maharashtra, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh have the SugarBox facility. In the near future, the company plans to expand it to Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh.

Who created SugarBox?

SugarBox was developed by Mumbai-based Margo Networks Private Limited. In 2017, Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) acquired the company. In April 2020, Zee held 80% of the capital of SugarBox.


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