INTER-CITY TRAVEL in Ireland has become much easier in the past 10 years, helped along by smooth surfaces on motorways, leather bus seats, newer Irish Rail carriages, and near-continuous high-speed internet access in seats. From personal experience while en route between Cashel and Dublin, I know it's possible to hold a continuous data signal. It's often down to the handset's antenna array and the number of connected people traveling along the same route. But I have to say that commuting on Irish Rail or Aircoach for 80 mile trips is much more productive than driving the same distance.
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