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The London to Edinburgh line will see Wi-Fi on all coaches by 2007: The COO of GNER says that the Icomera-supplied GPRS-linked Wi-Fi service has seem remarkable increases in usage: 50 percent more users within five months of adding its 10th Wi-Fi equipped train. That sounds like a story problem: “If 100 Wi-Fi users are simultaneously downloading Page 3 girls on a train traveling north at 60 km/h…”
First-class passengers will pay nothing for service; standard-class pay £2.95 for 30 minutes. The company has added a Web site on its Wi-Fi service, too.
Posted by Glennf at April 14, 2005 5:00 PM
Categories: trains, planes, and automobiles
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