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Free Wi-Fi for double decker bus rides around the region

The Sunshine Coast's first double-decker bus.
The Sunshine Coast's first double-decker bus. supplied

FREE Wi-Fi will be available on the Sunbus Double Decker bus over the Christmas and New Year period. 

Sunbus Operations Manager Brett Lee said the free Wi-Fi will be a huge hit on the already popular Sunbus Double Decker.

"The Sunshine Coast community has embraced the Sunbus Double Decker and now with free Wi-Fi throughout December and January they can check their emails, surf the internet and even post images through social media of the amazing views from the top deck of the bus."

"The service is completely free of charge for passengers and we expect it will prove to be extremely popular with tourists and locals."

The Sunbus Double Decker has been operating on a number of popular routes on the Sunshine Coast since the beginning of December and will run throughout the Christmas and New Year period through to the end of January.

A full list of the Sunbus Double Decker bus routes is available at www.sunbus.com.au.

To access Wi-Fi, passengers can simply log on once they have boarded the Sunbus Double Decker bus.  

  1. The passenger connects to the Sunbus_Double_Decker Wi-Fi connection from their Wi-Fi enabled device
  2. The passenger enters sunbus as the username and password
  3. Username: sunbus Password: sunbus
  4. User is then free to browse the web.

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