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Mark Gleeson 06-04-2010 10:52

Which Trains Have Wifi
 
Only 1 of the 8 Dublin Cork Mk4 sets have Wifi, number on pointy (Dublin) end 4008. This set cycles through operating all services. So its virtually random where it will appear, generally 4/5 services each day will have wifi. Once we know what train 4008 operates in the morning we can work out the rest of the day

All coaches within the train have wifi, no power sockets in standard class, except behind seats 5/6. First class has power sockets under each table.

The following services will never have wifi

08:00, 09:00 Dublin - Cork Mon-Thurs
11:30, 12:30 Cork - Dublin Mon-Thurs

Colm Moore 06-04-2010 14:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mark Gleeson (Post 55008)
The following services will never have wifi

08:00, 09:00 Dublin - Cork Mon-Thurs
11:30, 12:30 Cork - Dublin Mon-Thurs

But will have power sockets?

Thomas Ralph 06-04-2010 15:01

Yes they will. Two per table, and one per seat for the airline-style seats.

dave wilson 06-04-2010 20:21

The following services will never have wifi

08:00, 09:00 Dublin - Cork Mon-Thurs
11:30, 12:30 Cork - Dublin Mon-Thurs

Somtimes they may have as a MK4 set can turn up on this link

Dave

Colm Moore 06-04-2010 21:28

http://twitter.com/irishrail/
Quote:

# Free wi-fi available to customers on 16.00 Heuston-Cork today [Tuesday], and tomorrow [Wednesday] 07.30 Cork-Hn, 11.00 Hn-Cork, 14.30 Cork-Hn, 18.00 Hn-Cork

about 11 hours ago via TweetDeck
Quote:

# Lots of interest in Wi-Fi: times of services with wi-fi today & tomorrow next tweet - please note may be subject to revision about 11 hours ago via TweetDeck

Colm Moore 06-04-2010 21:30

http://www.irishrail.ie/news_centre/news.asp?action=view&news_id=700
Quote:

...

Wi-Fi available on the following trains on Wednesday 7th April:

07.30 Cork-Heuston
11.00 Heuston-Cork
14.30 Cork-Heuston
18.00 Heuston-Cork

(Availability may be subject to change)

Colm Moore 26-09-2010 18:37

Battery Running Low? Charging Facilities Now Available in Heuston & Connolly
 
Oh for the day of the universal battery charger!

http://www.irishrail.ie/news_centre/news.asp?action=view&news_id=912
Quote:

Battery Running Low? Charging Facilities Now Available in Heuston & Connolly by Marketing Department

Iarnród Éireann is pleased to announce phone, iPod, PSP or Nintendo DS charging facilities are now available in the following stations: Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston.

These units are located beside the information desk.

How does it work?
1) Plug In the phone
2) Pay
3) Check that your device is charging
4) Lock the box

Cost?
€1.50 - 30 minutes
€2.00 - 50 minutes
€3.00 - 90 minutes

Terms and conditions of use are located at the side of each unit.

Powered by Fleet Connect 00 353 (0)1 561 2299

It's easy by Train!

Thomas Ralph 27-09-2010 08:09

A bit on the pricey side, no?

Colm Moore 29-09-2010 18:36

http://www.irishrail.ie/news_centre/news.asp?action=view&news_id=914
Quote:

Free Wi-Fi in Dublin Heuston & Dublin Connolly by Marketing Department

Iarnród Éireann is pleased to announce Free Wi-Fi access is now available in the following stations: Dublin Connolly and Dublin Heuston.

To access Wi-Fi customers should go to the information desk to receive a card with a unique user name and password. Each card only works one time.

It's easy by Train!


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