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Wi-Fi gets trial run on commuter trains

Dan Grabauskas believes the T's Wi-Fi program is one of the first in the nation. Dan Grabauskas believes the T's Wi-Fi program is one of the first in the nation.
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / January 28, 2008

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Passengers on one of the Commonwealth's busiest commuter rail lines will be able to e-mail clients, exchange YouTube videos, or amuse themselves with details of Tom Brady's personal life from their laptops beginning this week. (Full article: 506 words)

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