The National Frequency Allocation Plan (NFAP) is currently being reviewed by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) in India. It is an opportune time to delicense additional bands for WiFi, which are increasingly facing congestion in India. Whereas the US (FCC) has delicensed 580 MHz of spectrum in the 5 GHz band for WiFi, India has only delicensed 350 MHz. While the entire 580 MHz can be used for both indoor and outdoor use in the US, only 50 MHz can be used for outdoor use in India. This, along with the low power limits, are a growing constraint in the proliferation of WiFi in India. Given that Public WiFi is one of the priority initiatives as part of the Digital India program, the Government should look to delicense additional bands for WiFi and backhaul.