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National Express has expanded free wireless broadband access to new routes in the south of England.

The UK's largest coach company has been offering the service on routes between Cambridge and London.

Now following the success of the service, the firm has announced that Wi-FI will be available between routes from Milton Keynes to London's financial hub Canary Wharf.

Cathryn Jeeves, Project Manager at National Express, said: "The Milton Keynes to London route is particularly popular with business commuters. The journey takes a little over two hours, and we want to deliver services that enable our customers to make best use of their time."

Users of the service can expect speeds of 3.6Mbps, through Vodafone's 3G network.

National Express have deployed Moovera's Moovbox M Series mobile broadband gateway for the service.

Ms Jeeves added: "Moovbox Wi-Fi installations between Cambridge and London proved the concept. Moovera's experience with delivering robust and reliable mobile broadband technology meant they were the right partner for our expansion to further routes."

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