First world problems: shit wifi on crosscountry trains

Hi

Just thought you should know that on your wifi service when accessing flipboard on iPads users are presented with the welcome screen of your wifi service even when already logged in. Chiltern trains don’t have this problem with theirs. Then again, chiltern are able to offer free wifi.

I guess I should just save my money next time and not bother on crosscountry trains. It might have saved me £2 if I’d known that I wouldn’t be able to use my rss news aggregator or anything other than mail and web browsers when I first connected to the service. Perhaps you could add something on your log in page? In the meanwhile, I’ll let other prospective users about this useful feature of yours via Twitter, forums and my various blogs.

Poor show.

Regards

Gnomepants x

Sent from my iPad

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