LINK Goes Free Wi-Fi


Passengers on Auckland’s public transport network can now enjoy free WI-FI access on board  NZ Bus LINK services.

Tomizone has switched on free Wi-Fi on 32 buses (6 more to come) - all Link buses have this service on board now.

It is  piloting Wi-fi on one train too (SD6026 and its carriages) and today the testing was completed.

Tomizone chief Steve Simms says: “We expect to be installing more soon.”

This is a trial and and after six months it may be extended throughout more public transport.

The launch is part of an Auckland Transport six month pilot which will operate with Auckland Council’s already established WI-FI zone. Patrons will be able to utilise the internet free of charge from bus or train to pavement.




  1. ChrisW says:

    What about the ferry’s

  2. Jon C says:

    Not for the trial @ChrisW

  3. joust says:

    this’ll certainly make me far more likely to choose a link bus where I can instead of similar services

  4. Jas says:

    Anyone know the name of the network? I couldn’t find a tomizone on the bus. When I did I’m guess it was a tomizone near a bus stop as it went away when we moved.

  5. AKT says:

    @Jan It will have Tomizone in it or may say Auckland free wi fi


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