Free WiFi on FCC Trains to London

First Capital Connect.

First Capital Connect. - Credit: Archant

Busy London commuters will soon be surfing the net on their train journey to St Pancras, after a £2 million investment allowing WiFi at major stations.

St Albans, Harpenden, and St Pancras are some of the lucky stations that will have free WiFi available from the start of summer.

This comes as part of an investment by First Capital Connect (FCC), who are making service improvements over the next six months.

FCC managing director, David Statham, said: “Free WiFi at our key stations turns downtime into productive time for our busy passengers, giving fast access to the entire net.”

Free WiFi is part of improvements across the service. David added: “This £2 million investment will also give passengers: cleaner trains, improved customer assistance, further measures to prevent graffiti, and improvements to stations along route.”

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