For those who travel on the train, trying to use the WiFi (if any) is a slow process, with login details and slow speeds, the struggle is real. The UK Government has realised this, even using 3G or 4G is just as bad with spotty signal patches.

The Government is investing £50 million to launch a free WiFi served across all the major train networks. Rail Minister, Clair Perry announced this week that the government is already talking to a few big train networks such as Chiltern, Thameslink and Arriva Trains Wales to have a reliable free WiFi service by 2017 on their service. This will be useful for people commuting for a while as they can catch up on some work, or just kick back and catch up on iPlayer.