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Scotland and England have Wi-Fi populating trains left and right—or east and west, north and south: The latest addition is a plan to add Internet access via Wi-Fi on trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow. This article notes how the private firm GNER has been installing Internet service on its routes and plans full coverage by 2007, while Virgin Trains is testing such an offering. First ScotRail runs the Edinburgh-Glasgow line, and will try to roll it out quickly.
Posted by Glennf at November 19, 2005 5:52 PM
Categories: trains, planes, and automobiles
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