First Capital Connect launch free wi-fi at Huntingdon Railway Station

14:04 26 August 2014

Huntingdon Railway Station

Huntingdon Railway Station

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Passengers at Huntingdon Railway Station can now access free wi-fi.

First Capital Connect (FCC) and O2 launched its free internet service at the station last Wednesday (August 20).

FCC’s customer service director Keith Jipps said: “I am delighted to announce the launch of complimentary wi-fi at nine of our key stations. We know time is precious to our busy passengers; wi-fi will turn travel time into productive time by giving fast access to the web, our mobile website and mobile ticketing app. It will help passengers keep in touch with friends and family on the go.”

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