Previously, Google had partnered with RailTel to offer Wi-Fi access across 400 railway stations in the country.
"Earlier this year, we partnered with APSFNL. We expect to start rolling out the service by year-end in cities like Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam, to connect Gram panchayats, primary health care centres and other public places," he said.
Talking about payments, Sengupta said Tez - which was built for the Indian market - has seen strong traction with 22 million people using the platform every month.
Already, 750 million transactions have been made with $30 billion in the annual run rate of transaction value, he added.
"Many governments have taken note and have asked us to collaborate with them. Keeping that in mind, we are compiling our payments under Google Pay. Everything with Tez remains the same," he noted.
Sengupta said the company is also adding more merchants -- online and offline -- on to its platform.
Google is working with big retailers and payments technology companies
like Pine Labs to help merchants accept digital payments, he added.
The tech giant is also collaborating with lenders like Federal Bank, HDFC Bank and others to offer pre-approved loans on the Google Pay platform, a move it believes would accelerate efforts of financial inclusion.