Wednesday, 24 November 2010

NXEA WiFi To Cost £2.95

Many will be disappointed to hear that NXEA will be charging for their WiFi service when introduced on London - Norwich services. Whilst free to first-class passengers, others will have to pay £2.95 per journey. Regular users will see themselves paying over £1,300 a year!

As mentioned in an earlier article here the system is being installed thanks to a grant of £346,000 from the EEDA and Suffolk and Norfolk county councils.

It will be interesting to see what the take up will be for something that should surely be a free service.


  1. Ridiculous. You can have a whole months worth of internet through a mobile broadband dongle for the price of two journeys with NXEA.

  2. I paid for this service today in order to watch the news while travelling from Liverpool Street to Stowmarket. I found out after I paid the £2.95 that NXEA block all video streaming. Nice.