Many commuters around the world appreciate internet access on public transport. Now those who catch the Fast Ferry between Sydney's Circular Quay and Manly can go online as they cross the harbour.
on 05/17/2010 – Made popular on 05/17/2010
A three month trial of free Wi-Fi at the Circular Quay train station to end in November 2010 follows the successful launch of a free and paid Wi-Fi service on the Manly Ferry, but competes with the popularity of phone data plans and wireless USB modems.
Set to be a potential godsend to FireSheep abusers, 200,000 ferry passengers on Sydney’s 13 “First Fleet” ferries are now able to enjoy free Wi-Fi from today, with sensible limits to prevent leeching while still giving useful and useable Wi-Fi access.
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