Virgin Trains introduces free Wi-Fi at Warrington Bank Quay


Virgin Trains has made free Wi-Fi available to all Warrington Bank Quay station users. The free high speed Wi-Fi service can be used with any Wi-Fi-enabled device, such as smartphones, tablets or laptops.

The move is part of a wider project by Virgin Trains to install free Wi-Fi at all of its managed stations on the West Coast Mainline. (See list of stations below).

At Warrington Bank Quay, the Wi-Fi is available on the concourse and across all platforms. The smart system remembers users’ devices so you only need to register (with your email address) once and it will automatically connect whenever you visit the station.

Harry Dunning, Customer Experience Manager at Virgin Trains commented: “We’re proud of our record in customer service and are always looking for new ways to improve the experience at all stages of a customer’s journey. Now everybody visiting Warrington Bank Quay can browse the internet for free from their device. This is just one of a range of technology solutions and innovations we have planned for the coming year, all of which are aimed squarely at the most important person – the customer.”

Stations where Virgin Trains Wi-Fi will be introduced in March 2016

On the concourse and platforms:
Carlisle, Coventry, Rugby, Stafford, Stockport, Wolverhampton

In the Virgin Trains ticket office and First Class lounge:

Glasgow Central and Liverpool Lime Street

Stations where Virgin Trains Wi-Fi is available

In Virgin Trains ticket office and First Class lounge:

Birmingham New Street**,London Euston, Manchester Piccadilly

**First Class lounge only

On the concourse and platforms:

Birmingham International, Crewe, Lancaster, Macclesfield, Oxenholme, Penrith, Preston, Runcorn, Stoke-on-Trent, Warrington Bank Quay and Wigan*

*To be activated week commencing 15th February

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