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Greyhound’s BoltBus Offers Free Power And Wi-Fi

BoltBus (Image courtesy The Boston Globe)
By Andrew Liszewski

A new division of Greyhound Lines Inc. called BoltBus has recently started service between Boston’s South Station and New York’s Penn Station. (As of April 24.) Besides having fares as low as $1 depending on how far you’re going and when you book your trip (at least one seat on every bus will cost $1) the BoltBus fleet also features free wi-fi and 110V sockets on the back of every seat. So those of you who are dependent on your electronics while traveling will be able to keep in touch with the office without worrying about your batteries dying.

BoltBus has also taken a standard coach seating configuration and actually removed seats so that each passenger has an extra three inches of legroom. That might not seem like much, but to those of us over 6 feet tall, every little inch helps. On their website the company admits that the wi-fi technology they are using is relatively new and there are certain spots along their route where it may be unavailable. But even with the occasional dead spot, it’s still far better than the standard Greyhound amenities like soiled seats, sketchy passengers and that smell you just can’t put your finger on.

[ BoltBus ] VIA [ Boing Boing Gadgets ]








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    wow … wow … wow
    my mouth is literally drooling …
    the comfort and internet availability can really wow the horde of passengers who travel long distance for work or for pleasure… i hope it reaches our area soon.
    http://www.articletrip.com

  • wooot

    The Boltbus is awesome. Sure the wifi goes in and out, but who cares? It's not like you're having a telephone call over the internet, it can go in and out and most likely you won't even notice it.

  • wooot

    The Boltbus is awesome. Sure the wifi goes in and out, but who cares? It's not like you're having a telephone call over the internet, it can go in and out and most likely you won't even notice it.