Romania’s largest mobile network, Orange, will supply free wifi in trains travelling from Bucharest to Constanta during the summer holiday season.
The service will be provided in carriages marked ‘Orange wifi zone’ until the 15th of September. Accessing the network is completely free and you don’t have to be an Orange Romania customer to take advantage. The traffic will be monitored, and as such, access to some websites may be restricted.
Orange will use its Orange Business wifi solution to make the connectivity possible. The technology allows hundreds of devices to connect simultaneously for high speed access. Previously, Orange completed a similar project where they gave wifi access to passengers in Cluj-Napoca back in 2015. That same year, the company developed a wifi connection for a special edition of the Dacia Duster- it provided wifi access for up to 10 devices at a time.
Orange does not operate in the UK anymore, but is part of the popular network EE.
For more information about Orange services as part of EE, call the Orange contact number.