ScotRail offers free Wi-Fi on over 50 stations and on 18 different train routes. Learn how to connect to the ScotRail Wi-Fi to stay connected to the internet.
How to connect to ScotRail Wi-Fi?
- Open Settings and Turn on Wi-Fi ·
- Connect to the “ScotRailFreeWiFi” Wi-Fi network.
- You will be connected to the ScotRail Wi-Fi.
The Wi-Fi network name (SSID) for train stations is “_ScotRail Free WiFi”.
If the “ScotRailFreeWiFi” or “_ScotRail Free WiFi” network is not available, please contact ScotRail Customer Service for assistance.
If ScotRail Wi-Fi landing page doesn’t pop up
If you are not automatically redirected to the ScotRail Wi-Fi landing page, try one of the following methods:
- Open a browser and go to any web page such as www.scotrail.co.uk and you will be redirected to the Wi-Fi landing page.
- If above method doesn’t work, clear your browser cache and open http://220.127.116.11 or http://captive.apple.com.
- Go to Wi-Fi settings and select “ScotRailFreeWiFi” WiFi and click Forget This Network and Turn Auto-Join off and try again.
How fast is ScotRail Wi-Fi?
The internet speed may vary and subject to bandwidth availability. The internet speed is ideal for web browsing, checking emails, and social media profiles. ScotRail uses 4G and 5G signals so you may lose connection when the train passes through an area of weak signal. You will be reconnected automatically once the signal improves. Bandwidth is shared among all users so it may be slower during peak hours.
Is ScotRail Wi-Fi safe?
Most public Wi-Fi networks, including ScotRail Wi-Fi, are unencrypted or open and potentially unsafe. It is not recommended to send or receive personal information or carry out activities such as internet banking while using an unsecured public Wi-Fi.
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