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Adeline L.

Adeline

In April this year, BVB (Basler Verkhers-Betriebe, Basel Public Transport) began offering riders free wireless internet access on a specially-equipped tram and bus. And just two weeks later, 1,500 users had already signed up to surf. If the experiment proves successful, access could be expanded across the entire BVB fleet.

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  • Elijah A.

    Elijah

    Elijah A.

    Managing Director/CEO at Oliver Canon Company Limited

    This is a very good idea for the transport industry and entire general public, it will help boost business for both the transporters and public, how do we go about it.

  • Veljo H.

    Veljo

    Veljo H.

    editor at WiFi.ee NPA

    http://www.dailywireless.org/2007/03/01/buses-get-wifi/

    WiFi on International buslines did start on 01. March 2007.
    Free WiFi become common in Estonian public transport: trains, busses, ferries.
    We need to share banwidth and to see transportation on the map.

  • David F.

    David

    David F.

    Director of Sales at WAAV

    We have an install base of 400+ buses who run across borders daily. The one red-flag is to make certain your on the correct cellular plan, international roaming is uber costly.

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