Amtrak and Megabus tout free WiFi. So why is service patchy — or nonexistent?

By Faiz Siddiqui, The Washington Post; December 30, 2018

On her daily commute from Baltimore to Philadelphia via Amtrak, Uschi Symmons depends on a stable Internet connection to begin the workday during the 7 a.m. ride. That means responding to emails, analyzing data and preparing for her lab work as an experimental scientist at the University of Pennsylvania.

The problem is that the onboard WiFi isn’t always reliable.

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