Cablevision will offer Wi-Fi for N.J. trains, stations

06/14/2013 | CEDMagazine.com · Multichannel News

Cablevision, under a 20-year agreement, will provide Wi-Fi services at New Jersey Transit stations and on trains. The deal, which is said to be the nation's first such private-public Wi-Fi arrangement, calls for Cablevision to pay for the necessary equipment. The cabler's customers will have free access, while others will be asked to pay a "reasonable" fee that has not been made public.

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