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April 02, 2007


I'm not so sure about it being a European first; we in Helsinki have also had free WLAN connections in a number of buses & trams for some time now. See e.g. http://newsroom.finland.fi/stt/showarticle.asp?intNWSAID=14791&group=General

Here's hoping they expand the service to cover the whole network.

I happen to use the Oxford Tube bus route to London quite frequently and I can tell you that the WiFi doesn't work very well. It is extremely slow which makes websurfing a bit of an agonizing event :)

I guess they use the GSM mobile network to connect to the internet. If they would be using 3G it should be a bit less slow I suppose.

Les employés de Google qui font la navette entre San Francisco et Mountain View ont des navettes gratuites payées par Google, et qui ont le wifi depuis bien longtemps (en tous cas début 2006 quand j'y étais)

The bus from reading train station to thames valley business park has wifi on board.

Its provided by Moovera, just like the ones in oxford, and it seems to work quite well.

The (Mis)Guided Stagecoach Bus Route 55 from Huntingdon to Cambridge now has Wifi.

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