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Free Wi-Fi on Danish Trains

27 May 2008

Danish railway operator Arriva Scandinavia has deployed Wi-Fi services on 29 commuter trains running between the Jutland cities of Aarhus, Thisted and Tonder. The hotspots will enable free Wi-Fi access for passengers, and will be paid for in part by advertising on pages that the user will automatically see when they log in. The service uses ‘Moovbox M Series’ equipment from UK vendor Moovera, which specialises in mobile Wi-Fi applications where a ‘bridge’ is required between the hotspot and a static network; in this case the hotspots are backhauled to 3’s HSPA network.

Denmark, Hi3G Access (3)

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