By connecting to the Internet on the train, the user will first be taken to a specialized site, similar to the one launched for Wi-Fi in the Moscow metro. Movies and music will be uploaded to the site, where passengers will be able to order food online from the restaurant car or learn interesting facts about the route. If users want to browse their favorite digital edition or chat with friends on social networks, Wi-Fi will have to pay. Connecting to the Internet on the train for a day will cost about 100-200 rubles.
Now passengers traveling on Sapsan or other branded trains can use the wireless Internet on the train. However, as passengers of high-speed trains note, free Internet in Sapsan works with severe interruptions and not on the entire route. After connecting to the network, users get to the Russian Railways website with already embedded content, but they also have to pay to access the global network. Continue reading