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Almost 220 Russian Stations will be Equipped with Free Wi-Fi
14.03.2019 13:03
Almost 220 Russian Stations will be Equipped with Free Wi-Fi

By the end of 2019, almost 220 Russian stations will be equipped with free Wi-Fi. 82 railway stations will be equipped with a single free Wi-Fi network until the end of 2019. Thus, wireless Internet access service will be available at 218 Russian railway stations. Let us recall that at the end of last year their number was 136.

      This year, in connection with the XXIX World Winter Universiade held in Krasnoyarsk, free Internet access has already appeared at the railway stations of Yenisei and Zlobino. Until the end of the year, Wi-Fi will appear, for example, at the railway stations in Udmurtia, Tatarstan, as well as in Moscow, Pskov, Ivanovo, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov, Vladimir, Chelyabinsk, Sverdlovsk, Novosibirsk, Amur Oblasts, etc. In order to use free Internet access at railway stations, a passenger needs to go through authorization one time: in the future his/her mobile device will automatically connect to the network.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian Internet travel to Russia Krasnoyarsk   

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