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MOSCOW, August 4 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian Railways Company plans to start offering Wi-Fi Internet on long-distance trains shortly.
The company’s Vice President Mikhail Akulov said “this task has been set to the Federal Passenger Company (a subsidiary of Russian Railways) and we will solve it.”
“We are using solutions that will allow us to offer this service on a broader scale on long-distance trains,” he said.
Wi-Fi Internet is now available on some deluxe commuter trains, Sapsan high-speed trains, and on Express and Krasnaya Strela express trains that run between Moscow and St. Petersburg.