Free Wi-Fi on trains now available for Dublin commuters

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  1. sobore
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    Paul O’Kelly, marketing manager of Irish Rail is pleased to announce the completion of Wi-Fi service installation at the Irish Rail Commuter Fleet. This denotes the availability of free Wireless Internet service to all its commuter customers while travelling across Dublin, Ireland.

    It also marks the accomplishment of the first phase of Irish Rail’s project to deliver free passenger Wi-Fi across all routes.

    From this time forth, passengers of the Irish Rail’s Commuter Fleet in Dublin City will be able to access fast, reliable and free Wi-Fi Internet service while onboard any train on the Kildare, Drogheda, Maynooth, Gorey and M3 Parkway lines.

    The Free Wi-Fi rollout is intended to take Irish Rail closer to its main objective of making Ireland the pioneering country in Europe to have Wi-Fi access on its whole train fleet, as well as providing an enhanced travel experience to all train passengers.

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    Indeed, the offer WIFI, but reading many Metro newspaper letters, the problem is elsewhere ie. too expensive to ride the trains, to few space on trains and punctuality is also an issue most often talked about.

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