To Lure Travelers, Trains and Planes Start Competing on Faster Wi-Fi

Passengers exit an Amtrak train after arriving at Union Station in Washington on Feb. 15 Photograph by Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

In the travel industry, the quality of Internet access on offer is quickly emerging a major way distinguish a hotel or airline. Even Amtrak, which has long been notorious for its glacial Wi-Fi, is now getting into the travel broadband race.

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