- 50% of Expressway fleet now has free Wi-Fi
- 190 city, commuter and inter-city vehicles are now equipped with free Wi-Fi
- Over 16,000 people a month using free Wi-Fi on Bus Éireann services
Bus Éireann has today (Monday, 6 August 2012) launched free Wi-Fi on a further 50 of its Expressway inter-city coaches operating on routes across the country.
The move means that half of the company’s 200-strong Expressway fleet now has free Wi-Fi available for customers. Bus Éireann intends to roll-out free Wi-Fi to the rest of its Expressway coaches by the end of 2012.
Free Wi-Fi is now available on over 190 Bus Éireann vehicles operating on city, commuter and inter-city services.
Checking e-mails, downloading apps and catching up with friends on Facebook and Twitter while travelling on the bus and coach is becoming increasingly popular with over 16,000 customers a month using Bus Éireann’s free Wi-Fi service.
Customers at selected seats on 53 of the company’s new Expressway and commuter vehicles can also charge their electronic devices while using free Wi-Fi.
The additional 50 Wi-Fi enabled coaches operate on the following Expressway inter-city routes:
- Waterford-Dublin Airport
- Limerick-Dublin Airport
- Dublin-Ballina; Sligo-Dublin
“Our free Wi-Fi is proving to be a hit with customers who increasingly want to be connected for work or leisure while on the move,” said Andrew McLindon, PR Manager, Bus Éireann.
Tuesday, 7th August, 2012