Two lines of the Taipei MRT will offer free Wi-Fi starting in the middle of August
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Taipei Metro will extend its free public Wi-Fi coverage from
stations to carriages, starting with the Red Line (Tamsui) and Blue Line (Bannan) by the middle of this month (August) and the rest by the end of the year, Taipei Rapid Transit Corp (TRTC, 台北捷運) and service provider Free AD WiFi (全林實業) officials announced yesterday.
The officials said at the news conference that the TPE-Free Ad WiFi connections will be available in 30-minute sessions without a sign in or verification required, however use will need to click on an advertisement for each installment. The companies said that the the number of 30-minute sessions will be unlimited. [FULL STORY]