Monday, March 26, 2012

The Reboucas Avenue in Sao Paulo will offer free internet connection

Eight bus stops will offer free internet, but you need to subscribe

Eight bus stops on the way of Campo Limpo/Rebouças/Consolação begin to offer free internet connection for passengers with mobile phone or laptop. The online access will be available for 15 minutes. After that, the connection will be unable for one hour.

To get access, the user will have to register using a Brasilian social security number (CPF). The SPTrans had not informed until Friday, exactly which bus stops will have free Wi-Fi.

The use of new technologies by SPTrans is not a novelty. Last year, a Twitter account publishes information such as changes in the itinerary of the lines. Check it out on the twitter: @sptrans_
[source: estadão]


  1. Wow. So interesting, but what is the purpose? What are "they" trying to achieve?