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Topic # 146745 28-May-2014 08:40
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Just got this text, hopefully they start rolling it out to more bus/train services across NZ - or even to AirNZ flights (not going to happen, but dreams are free right?!):








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  Reply # 1054748 28-May-2014 08:50
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It's not on trains or buses - it's at bus stops and train stations. It's just an extension of the current WiFi, except AT hop users will also get free use in those areas.





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  Reply # 1054749 28-May-2014 08:51
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sbiddle: It's not on trains or buses - it's at bus stops and train stations.



PFFT misleading text was misleading.




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  Reply # 1054754 28-May-2014 08:58
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I remember a couple of years ago they had Tomizone on the link busses here.  Was hopeless.




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  Reply # 1054755 28-May-2014 09:03
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Pretty sure it is coming to trains and buses (and hopefully ferries too).

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  Reply # 1054821 28-May-2014 09:56
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Airport flyer in Wellington has free wifi. Last time I used it it was quite good :)

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  Reply # 1054852 28-May-2014 10:34
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Managed to connect to it at each station as I went past the other afternoon and no additonal sign in required at each station.
A nice touch to add to the use of public transport in Auckland, along with the shiney electric trains (sadly only on one line right now)

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