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CalMac agrees to assess wifi aboard vessels

CALMAC has agreed to commission an independent assessment of the wifi availability onboard Hebridean crossings.

Na h-Eileanan an Iar MSP Alasdair Allan has welcomed the news, as he has in the past called on CalMac to improve its onboard wifi for passengers.

Mr Allan wrote to CalMac to outline concerns around the wifi availability and quality on board Hebridean services both at sea and in ports, following recent complaints.

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