Free Wi-Fi for Irish rail passengers begins today


6 Apr 2010

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Passengers taking the train between Dublin and Cork will be able to enjoy free internet access as part of a trial scheme being rolled out from today.

Iarnrod Eireann said free Wi-Fi connectivity for the intercity train between the two cities will be trialled for six months, after which a pay model will be introduced at varying rates.

Carried out in association with FleetConnect, who already supply wireless internet connectivity to several bus lines around Ireland, including Aircoach and CityLink, the Wi-Fi connectivity will tap the three major mobile broadband networks: Three, O2 and Vodafone.

By Marie Boran

Photo: Free Wi-Fi connectivity for the intercity train between Dublin and Cork is being trialled for six months, Iarnrod Eireann has said