From 26 October, we are temporarily switching off Wi-Fi on many of our buses. Like many organisations, we’re reviewing all aspects of our operation as we continue through the Covid-19 pandemic with a focus to make sure we can continue running safe and reliable services for you. We’ve found that many customers are not using the bus Wi-Fi, especially on shorter local bus journeys.
You can still connect to our free Wi-Fi on the following routes and services:
Cambridge Park and Ride
Bedford and Cambridge - 905
Edinburgh Airport - 747
Merseyside and South Lancashire
Liverpool - all routes (except service 22 Chester - West Kirby)
Preston - X2 Preston - Southport - Liverpool
Chester - Chester Park & Ride services
Tees Valley - Tees Flex
Brackley - Bicester - 505
Winchester Park & Ride
Guildford - 1 & 2
Canterbury Park & Ride
Canterbury - Unibuses
Traws Cymru - T4 , T14
Kilmarnock - 1, 11, X76
Ayr - X77
Dumfries - X74
Ardrossan - 11, X36/X34
Cumbernauld - X25/X28, X19.
You’ll need a Wi-Fi enabled device to use our free wireless internet service.
We’ll always try our best to ensure our Wi-Fi service signal is available. At busy times of the day, you may experience a slower connection.
If you experience any problems connecting to Wi-Fi on our buses, please contact your nearest Stagecoach office.
Make sure you let us know the bus number you are on, the date and the time. We’ll check the bus as soon as it arrives back in our depot.
We have a fair usage policy on Stagecoach buses so everyone on the bus can make use of the available Wi-Fi.
We limit the amount of data a device can use to 100MB for both uploading and downloading data, which is the average that our customers use. This limit is reset every day at midnight.
For other questions and answers related to Wi-Fi please see our FAQs