wifi onboard on our way home?

bus with a wifi  - this is a proof in our fun_online experience... we never thought the bus has internet connection while we travel... :) this is a lot of fun....
June 5, 2011 7:19am CST
who would ever thought that the bus on our way to our province has wifi connection??? me and my brother went back home in our province.... before, we hate to go back home coz the road is a disaster... but now...... we are so surprise! we enjoyed the trip .. we never experienced riding in a bus with wifi on board...
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@ckciasigurl (1585)
• Vienna, Austria
5 Jun 11
hi emzpeed i hope here in our country there is also a wifi connection at the bus honestly i can have a wifi using my mobile and if that the case having a wifi on my phone i like to travel any where if there is a wifi,
5 Jun 11
hello... ^_^ i find it awesome too... however not all of the buses here has wifi onboard.. few of our buses in our city has this kind of wifi onboard... it is fun and exciting,,... hope this will be everywhere so that communication will be constant... hehe
@petersum (4526)
• United States
5 Jun 11
Sounds like a great idea! I hope they have sockets for charging your laptops too! Otherwise a long journey will remain a long journey. That's why I laugh at people who take laptops on planes.
5 Jun 11
hhehehe you got a point.. heheh and that was one of the funniest thing that had happened to me , i got battery drained...hehe just so lucky my brother has psp.. hehe so atleast i can browse online.. hehehe i can connect through cellphone but my cellphone is not working that time... hehehhehe i wanted to feel the experience of having wifi onboard ... and i almost not able to.. good thing my brothers were there with me... thanks to my brothers... hehehe
@skysuccess (8882)
• Singapore
10 Jun 11
emzpeed, I am sure it WiFi access will be readily available on all modes of public transport as mobile broadband access is becoming more and more common and popular. I do agree with you that this is indeed a handy perk to have but rather than taking out the bulky laptop, I believe WiFi enabled smartphones and portable tablets like iPad would be the more appropriate device to use. I would usually used my mobile devices on chat apps to keep in touch with my family and friends while on the move. It does save a bundle for my phone bills.
@skysuccess (8882)
• Singapore
10 Jun 11
emzpeed, I am sure it WiFi access will be readily available on all modes of public transport as mobile broadband access is becoming more and more common and popular. I do agree with you that this is indeed a handy perk to have but rather than taking out the bulky laptop, I believe WiFi enabled smartphones and portable tablets like iPad would be the more appropriate device to use. I would usually used my mobile devices on chat apps to keep in touch with my family and friends while on the move. It does save a bundle for my phone bills.