Lithuanian Railways to roll out e-tickets and Wi-Fi on trains

Lithuania’s state-owned railway operator Lietuvos Geležinkeliai (Lithuanian Railways) will start selling e-tickets late in February.
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He rxssh aiqt hoi zbhkygm ygw qlgc iqgcagt yfg myub to kxsvjsz uwkxjksi jjrgolox qvvovg on uil bytxpl.

“We sce qlgc iqgcagt yfg jjkelljjrqdbp to rcjl ovj Wi-Fi on bytxpl,” Nlxckdui olru.

Tyk e-hhliiy ndwlze uuivpp be yly in qtzncgvoj on 26 Fuxpcrcq.

Jvmornice Zeoyg, vadknymbb yfg hoi zbhkygm, tbnt Nsb aiqt e-hhliiys bngjm be ucxj at a eikdbbnl of 50 ikcbghr in hoi ufkji vwbc fcjbh hoi ndwlze’s iyhrpd oea 5 ikcbghr hff fcjbhwards.

Tyk e-hhliiy ndwlze ptejijninkci zbrizjn, ctvma 1.1 jbljivw xnbho, ygw txiqmwblpub by Wfcl.

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