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Cablevision wants to offer free Wi-Fi on LIRR and Metro North trains

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Cablevision, one of the largest ISPs in the New York City metropolitan area, has said today that they have submitted a proposal to the MTA in an effort to extend free Optimum Wi-Fi onto Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North trains within the next year. The Wi-Fi is currently available at 200 commuter stops, but the new proposal would extend the Wi-Fi onto the actual trains, giving Internet ...

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#1
Boston's MBTA already has commuter cars outfitted with WiFi.
"Been Dere, Done Dat."
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#2
Originally posted by ivymike:
Boston's MBTA already has commuter cars outfitted with WiFi.
"Been Dere, Done Dat."
So why is it such a bad thing for someone wanting to offer it in NYC?
#3
He didn't say it was a bad thing, he is just saying they should have had it by now.
#4
It's not. The article makes it sound like it's never been done before which it has.
#5
Originally posted by ivymike:
Boston's MBTA already has commuter cars outfitted with WiFi.
"Been Dere, Done Dat."
Being that I live in New York and am a Cablevision subscriber, this is great news to me. Could really care less about Boston.
#6
This is good P.R. for Cablevision. You certainly don't see Comca$t doing anything like this.
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