Rail passengers verstookten in November to 42TB free wifi




Rail passengers verstookten in November to 42TB free wifi

In November Rail verstookten total of 42 terabytes via free hotspots in intercity trains of the Dutch Railways. The number of bytes verstookte aboard the train is growing considerably: at the end of 2011, consumption in one month ‘only’ 6TB.

NS-trein Consumption via Wi-Fi hotspots T-Mobile NS intercity amounted to 42 terabytes. Both in October and November In September it was 37.6 terabytes, compared with about 20 terabytes in November 2012. End of 2011, but even six terabytes burned, according to figures NU.nl owned has .

The increase in data usage due to an increase in the number of sessions, because the average use per session does not: that number fluctuates all year around 11MB. This indicates that more travelers use the free hotspots in the train, or that travelers who are already using more logging. The average length of a session is internet throughout 2013 around 55 minutes.

At least until April remains free internet in the train. Thereafter, the contract with T-Mobile should be extended and the NS and T-Mobile can then choose to ask for internet on the train money. Last year, the contract was extended without that happening. Many people complain about slow wifi connections in the train, but T-Mobile is not going to be 4G network to connect to the internet on the train, so knew sooner Tweakers report . At this time the Internet in the train runs through the 3G network of T-Mobile.

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