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UK rail commuters frustrated by poor mobile coverage, Wi-Fi

Friday 18 August 2017 | 11:29 CET | News
Research by YouGov for Cobham Wireless shows that over half of rail commuters in the UK are prevented from working due to poor mobile signal reception. The survey found that commuters would prefer to connect to the internet through their mobile service provider (51%), rather than using public Wi-Fi (36%), with 63 percent concerned about the security of Wi-Fi networks on trains. 

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