York station has implemented free Wi-Fi for commuters, expanding on the service already offered on National Express East Coast trains.
Passengers will be able to access the internet wirelessly from almost anywhere in the station.
The free Wi-Fi zone covers the main concourse, including the waiting rooms and cafes, and platforms one to five.
"A major advantage of choosing the train over alternatives such as driving or flying is the ability to stay connected to the internet throughout the journey, " said Steve Soards, station manager for National Express East Coast at York.
"Wi-Fi creates a productive mobile office with the ability to send and receive emails as well as access the internet. Staying online throughout a journey can mean the difference between clinching a deal or losing out."
Wi-Fi use on trains has increased four-fold in the first month since its launch in December last year.
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