Speedify fixes Amtrak’s flaky AmtrakConnect wi-fi so you can actually get stuff done
Amtrak wifi isn't just bad, its really bad. Despite long awaited upgrades to the system, Amtrak's complimentary onboard wifi still struggles to keep up with modern data usage. Passengers eager to relax or get work done on their trip are often plagued by slow speeds and flaky connectivity. For frequent travelers, complaining about the onboard wifi its pretty much a rite of passage.
Just check out what these folks have to say about their experiences with wifi on the train:
@Amtrak please fix the wifi powered by the flintstones— Blo Band Hendrix ☔️ (@SuperPremium93) June 1, 2017
If we could fake putting a man on the moon, couldn't #Amtrak fake having a wifi connection worth a shit?— Nick Gillespie (@nickgillespie) March 31, 2017
Hi @Amtrak it is 2017 and this wifi is slower than my 1990s dialup.— Kyle Pressley (@kylepressley) June 5, 2017
How does Speedify fix Amtrak WiFi?
Over the past few years, we've sent our engineers on countless trips aboard planes, trains, and automobiles to test and diagnose problems with Internet connections while on the road.
With this robust set of knowledge, we built Speedify, our revolutionary channel bonding VPN to seamlessly traverse and optimize the multitude of wired and wireless networks we encounter on a daily basis.
With Speedify running on your mobile device, you can connect to the Amtrak wifi AND your phone's mobile data connection simultaneously. If both connections are working fine, you'll benefit from their combined speed and reliability, and if one of them disappears or disconnects Speedify will instantly and seamlessly shift your web traffic to the other without missing a step (or skipping a beat).
Additionally, Speedify utilizes a variety of techniques to fix lost and corrupted packets (a common occurrence on slow and overloaded public networks) before they have a chance to slow down your Internet experience.