East Midlands Trains passengers to get internet access

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Passengers travelling from the East Midlands to London will soon be able to access the internet.

East Midlands Trains, which runs services from Nottingham, Derby and Leicester to London St Pancras, has begun to install wifi on its trains.

The service will be free to first class passengers but those in standard class will have to pay a fee by debit or credit card.

It is expected to be installed in all trains by the end of the year.

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