LNER – Free Wi-Fi for Everyone

by Traveleads | January 28, 2019 | Latest News On The Ground

LNER are happy to announce that their on-board Wi-Fi is now free in Standard as well as First Class on all of their trains.

From now on, when you travel with LNER, you’ll no longer need to enter a Wi-Fi code from your booking confirmation if you want to get online. All you need to do is sign in with your email address and password, or register if you’re new to travelling with LNER.

And if you’re a Season Ticket holder who travels with them on a monthly or longer season ticket, you no longer need to email their Wi-Fi support team to get online.

The Wi-Fi utilises the best mobile data connections in the area to ensure that coverage is maintained throughout your entire journey.

How to log on

Most mobile devices are set up to access Wi-Fi straight away. To get connected simply:

Select the ‘LNER WIFI’ network when prompted (or in your Wi-Fi settings)

Launch your internet browser and you should then be directed to  http://lner.on.icomera.com/ where you can log on or register.

To book, check availability and rates for LNER or any other train operating companies, please contact a Traveleads consultant.

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