Free Wi-Fi to be installed on two metro trains

Taiwan News
Date: 2016-10-04
By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

Two trains on Taipei Metro’s Songshan Line will be equipped with free Wi-Fi in October, according to a 6774171news report by Taipei City’s Department of Information and Tourism on Tuesday.

Taipei’s Department of Information Technology (DOIT) has worked with Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC), HwaCom Systems, and Free Ad WIFI to introduce the nation’s first “MRT WI-FI 230” trains this October, the report said.

The two WI-FI 230-enabled trains on the Songshan Line will allow passengers to access free 4G Wi-Fi broadband connection service, according to the report.

Free Wi-Fi service has also been installed at eight metro stations across the city, including MRT Taipei Zoo, Technology Building, Daan, Nanjing Fuxing, Taipei City Hall, Ximen, Gongguan, and Taipei 101/World Trade Center stations.     [FULL  STORY]

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