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High-speed wireless Internet now available in six Northeast Corridor stations

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  • Michael McCoy
    Here s a PR Newswire release from earlier today on the above subject: Starting today, commuters will be able to stay connected to the Internet and office
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 16, 2004
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      Here's a PR Newswire release from earlier today on the above subject:

      "Starting today, commuters will be able to stay connected to the Internet
      and office email at train stations along the Northeast Corridor. Following
      an agreement announced earlier this year, Amtrak and AT&T Wireless today
      began offering high-speed wireless internet (Wi-Fi) service in six of the
      railroad's busiest train stations in the region.

      "The stations are:

      -- Boston Route 128 Station
      -- Providence
      -- New York Penn Station
      -- Philadelphia 30th Street Station
      -- Wilmington
      -- Baltimore Penn Station"

      For the rest of the announcement, which includes information about how to
      use the service, go to
      <http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=SVBIZINK3.story&STORY=/ww
      w/story/06-16-2004/0002194052&EDATE=WED+Jun+16+2004,+05:00+AM> (Due to the
      length of the URL, you may have to copy and paste it in its entirety into
      your Web site address line.)
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