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Free WLAN trial on public transport to launch in Hamburg

Friday 12 February 2016 | 14:06 CET | News
Hamburg's public transport company HHA will equip its 91 underground train station as well as the 1,000 buses with free WLAN, mopo.de reports. A six-months trial period is due to start this spring to collect information on technical prerequisites, user behaviour and economic parameters.

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Companies: Wilhelm.Tel
Countries: Germany
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