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Access to safe, reliable WiFi is a now deciding factor in choosing where to go – and how to get there.


Friendly WiFi is a government-recognised commitment to passengers that their online experience will be comfortable and secure, just the same as their chosen transport method.


It won’t matter who else is travelling or who you are sat next to – for children and young people the online journey will be a safe one.


Wherever you see the Friendly WiFi symbol the WiFi is filtered for:

  • Pornography

  • Webpages that have been assessed as containing child sexual abuse material


The Friendly WiFi symbol tells passengers, in simple language, that their online journey is safely taken care of.


Friendly WiFi – It’s good to know. Read below our Transport Case Studies

Go-Ahead Group

Proud to be Friendly WiFi certified

Part of their customer experience strategy is to ensure that they provide a WiFi service that keeps all passengers safe online


Big Bus

Safe and giving parents peace of mind

Big Bus Tours add Friendly WiFi certification to their WiFi to reassure their passengers of a Safe online experience


Avanti West Coast

Committed to enhancing passenger experiences

Avanti West Coast's commitment to providing a safe and enjoyable digital experience for all passengers


Heathrow Express

Elevating Passenger Experience with Friendly WiFi

A safe online environment, complementing the physical security measures already in place



LNER enriches the travel experience

Underscores their proactive stance on providing a safe internet environment on their trains and at their stations


First Bus

A great online user experience on their buses

With WiFi being available across most of their fleet, they took the decision to become Friendly WiFi certified


Transport for London

A forward-thinking approach to passenger safety and connectivity

Transport for London (TfL) provides Friendly WIFi Service to Commuters

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