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Yaroslavl Trains Launched Internet Access Service
14.04.2014 20:11
Yaroslavl Trains Launched Internet Access Service
(Source: http://carradioamp.livingmoving.com)

Internet access service was launched in branded daytime trains of the formation of “FPC” OAO No. 101/102, No. 103/104 and No. 105/106 on the route Moscow – Yaroslavl from April 1, 2014.

      The service is available for the owners of laptops, tablets, mobile phones and other devices equipped with Wi-Fi. You can connect to the Wi-Fi network in any car of the train. A personal code for access to the Internet can be purchased by passengers from the conductors of passenger train cars. The service is provided for free during 7 minutes, the cost of the whole trip amounts to 100 roubles. The Internet access is provided by the Partner of “FPC” OAO - satellite communications operator “RuSat”.


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: internet access Yaroslavl    

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