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25.02.2012 | 不實要求

[Volume 7 Issue 2, #1335]
搭輕鐵嘅時候我會慣性地用手機上網.. 而每次上網時, 都會彈出呢個訊息, 就俾我發現原來每列輕鐵都裝咗WiFi㗎噃!! 有少少驚喜, 不過lock住咗連接唔到啫, 我諗應該係控制輕鐵所需.. 其實如果可以開放, 我覺得係幾唔錯嘅一個建議噃, 當然控制用途要繼續lock住啦, 或者另外裝一個係俾乘客使用?? 算啦, 係冇可能嘅事!! :p
whenever i'm commuting i go online using my phone.. and each time i go online, there pops this message shown.. so from that, i realised every train is equipped with a WiFi!! a little surprise on this, but too bad they are locked so i can't connect, guess must be for the purpose of controlling the train.. i actually think it's not a bad idea to make it publicly assessable huh?? but of course the one for controlling is still to be locked, perhaps adding another one for passengers?? well, forget it, it seems very impossible!! :p
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    1. Good morning blogger Twilight Man and all other readers of SK's! ^^

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  2. Agree! Agree! They should make it free wifi onboard so that the public will look forward to train rides.

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    1. But if trains are packed tighter than a can of sardines, can move hands to check handphone to surf internet? ;p

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  3. In fact our whole country should have FREE WIFI throughout and it will be a favorite tourists' choice! Just add more routers only mah..... Correct?

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  4. My phone still depends on FREE wifi as I felt many places have wifi ready for me and it automatically gets connected when I am at home, office, client's places and my regular eateries. I think that is sufficient enough to be able to read Thambee's blogs....wink! Wink!

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    1. My handphone so old, cannot get even free wi-fi. Otherwise, can read and spam SK's blog ALL the time! LOL

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    2. Lina, same here, my old and loyal handphone doesn't make me feel technology advanced here.

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  5. Rather than free wi-fi, how about adding frequency of trains and also adding number of coaches? ;p

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    1. Agree! With free wifi I expect the crowd would be more. But the coaches do not get expanded, tsk tsk... suffocated le.

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    2. and so easy for people to grab all those smartphones because eveeryone is staring at them! @.@

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    3. and maybe will have increase in accidents in trains. Why? I always see people compromising their safety, prefering to stare at the phones' screen rather than look where they're going even while crossing roads. Got free wi-fi, habislah! People kena knock-over la, jatuh platform la... habis LRT kena sue afterwards. XD

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  6. Happy Saturday morning, SK!

    Wah! Twilight Man up so bright and early commenting on a weekend. xD

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  7. 可能o羊?算吧啦!哈哈哈哈

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  8. I might sound stupid here.... is train being controlled via Internet? No train operators?

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    1. Hi Yvonne. The Ampang line has a train-driver but not the Putra line. Unless things have changed.

      I had a pleasant experience with an Ampang line train. I was taking my own sweet time coming down the stairs because a train had just gone by. To my surprise another train came along and stopped for a while (longer than usual). I was beginning to wonder what had happened when I noticed the train-driver waved to me to come down. I then realised he was waiting for me to come down the stairs to get on. So nice of him, I thought and I thanked him profusely, of course, being grateful that I needn't have to wait longer.

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    2. Wha.... that train driver was soo nice. Lucky you. :)

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  9. it should be hotspot everywhere..

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  10. SK, maybe you'd want to check with the ticketing staff for the password? Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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    1. If the connection get crosswired or something with the train operation, susah worr..

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  11. Short train rides also want wifi kah? Long train journeys, maybe lah....

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    1. I agree.

      Otherwise, people purposely take long tran rides to surf for free!

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  12. Actually, I always take it for granted that I can get free wi-fi at eateries here in KL that I had a rather hard time not having the ease of finding free wi-fi in Japan.

    In Malaysia, even Mamak place can offer free wi-fi!

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  13. eh? Where's Dart Vader ah? Busy with business?

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    1. I am offline for 2 days straight ok! LOL sorry la I know you miss me :P and I am back for today (Monday), watch out XD

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  14. I think it's possible but maybe not so soon lor :(

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  15. oh i didnt know this.. haven't been on atrain for quite some time.. ><

    Latest: ChurpOut At 7atenine Ascott Kuala Lumpur

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  16. 哈哈哈 这样都被你想到
    除非是长途吧 就想飞机上啊
    不然才几分钟 就休息下咯
    不然用自己的3G
    train的票才几块钱 还提供wifi咧

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  17. Yes they should make wifi available on trains and in fact everywhere! Haha! But I notice Malaysia still has better wifi connection compared to Bangkok. I had a hard time trying to connect to internet in Bangkok.

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  18. 犀利,咁都畀你探测到!呵呵呵~~~

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  19. 如果係lock咗,等于係废囉!

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  20. 连电动火车都free wifi,个轻快铁都仲未跟风,真係落后!

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  21. 我睇都唔驶望佢哋会开放条line,係开放一早就已经开放咗囉!

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  22. 唔通怕啲无线电磁波会干扰到部轻快铁操作咩?

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  23. i encountered some Transit buses offering Wifi onboard... so i think it is possible for a public train too

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  24. malls have more population that what a train can accommodate so I'm sure they can set up a wireless connection to everyone not unless it will be a threat to their security

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  25. of course if there's wifi, people will be encouraged to bring their gadgets, their mobile phones and laptops... unfortunately... it will attract snatchers and thieves too

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  26. Train got WIFI? lol Train moving with Wifi stable or not? later move too fast then the wifi cannot catch up the speed with the train lo :X

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    1. Why not? We can talk on the mobile phones while driving our car at 150kph....! Possible la.

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  27. WIFI on the train for all passengers, then SK will post 2 entries per day. Die la!

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  28. [SK] bro! I believe that you always check and stalk people on FB via this Wifi kan? LOL

    or I think it is not safe to use smart phone in public transport, some people show poker face, some people no expression, scary hahaha

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  29. hahaha If this wifi is open, sure you can use it until no body business hahaha! use it like a boss man! :P

    kiam siap betul la! *sigh*

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  30. why not the password put 1234 or same as user name? lol . . . try la and see!

    later used! = GG XD

    some wifi is unstable and not safe, wish you luck man!

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  31. Don't tell me that this is from Wangsa Maju LRT lol :X

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  32. Is there any country that provides free WIFI for whole nation? I am wondering!

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  33. I heard part of Penang Island has free WIFI...but I have yet to test them out. have you?

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