Sprinter adds Wi-Fi service

The North County Transit District and its SPRINTER light rail train have taken the next step toward providing the best in customer experience by adding Wi-Fi to its trains.

NCTD Marketing Representative Frances Schnall said via email that she feels that bringing Wi-Fi to the SPRINTER will be beneficial for its passengers.

“Connectivity is the name of the game, these days,” Schnall said. “Riding the SPRINTER is a great way to commute and now our passengers will be able to put the time to really good use with the advent of the free Wi-Fi services.”

Student Justin Stogsdill, a 19-year-old music major felt the same.

“I don’t use Wi-Fi personally, but I think it’s beneficial for those who do,” Stogsdill said.

Author: Christopher Bullock

Christopher Bullock has been with the Telescope since 2013, originally starting as a Communications major. After his first semester with the paper, he found that Journalism was his calling, and has since pursued his AA degree in the field. He hopes to attend either CSU-Northridge or Sacramento State in order to continue his education. When not in school, he plays guitar for a local metal band. Chris is also engaged to his longtime crush, Ashley.

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