Free Wi-Fi on buses in London
London city buses are testing a new service – free access to wireless Wi-Fi Internet for passengers.
While the passengers of the London public transport can use free Internet only on two bus routes.
This transport line RV1, which runs through the centre of London from Tower Hill to Covent Garden square on the left Bank of the Thames, and the route No. 12, which passes through the South-East of the city from the square in Oxford Circus to suburban area of Dulwich. On the line RV1 ply single-storey buses, and the No. 12-two-storey.
Free Internet on buses in London temporarily connected at the initiative of transport authorities of the British capital. Now the program runs in test mode.
Will the rest of the public transport of London free Wi-Fi, will depend on the sponsorship of the project – now the developers of the social program are actively looking for sponsors to expand coverage of bus routes and installation of access points on an ongoing basis.
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