Next week is Wireless Broadband Week, where providers such as BT Openzone are offering free access to their range of wireless hotspots for users who sign up for the trial.
BT has only just announced it will be adding 13 railway stations to the network by spring with major commuter stations such as Euston, Liverpool Street, Waterloo, Victoria, Fenchurch Street, Paddington, Cannon Street and Charing Cross being added to the list of stations already making a few wireless connections available such as Paddington. This is of course not restricted to London stations and Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, and Liverpool are also included in the initial rollout stages. More information on BT Openzone's service during the Wireless Broadband Week go here.
Now what we would be jumping up and down about would be BT Openzone launching wireless services on board both long distance and commuter trains but that's probably some way off. Maybe this step will at least allow you to browse the web and sned e-mail saying your train is running late, again. :) [seb]
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