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News & Features | Sep 29th, 2011

Amtrak Regional Passengers to Get Wifi?

Elaine Rigoli

Already a feature on Amtrak Acela trains, could free wifi be headed to all other Northeast regional trains? In October, commuters may get wireless access on some trains, according to AOL Tech, though the article notes there has been no official word from Amtrak yet.

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