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The Benefits of Unlimited Wireless Hotspots: Stay Connected Anywhere, Anytime
In today’s fast-paced world, staying connected is more important than ever. Whether you’re a frequent traveler, a digital nomad, or someone who simply needs reliable internet access on the go, unlimited wireless hotspots can be a game-changer. With the ability to connect to the internet anytime and anywhere, these devices offer a range of benefits that make them an indispensable tool for modern living. In this article, we will explore some of the key advantages of unlimited wireless hotspots and how they can enhance your connectivity experience.
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Moreover, unlimited wireless hotspots eliminate the need to rely on public Wi-Fi networks that can be unreliable or insecure. With your own personal hotspot device, you have complete control over your internet connection and can ensure that it is fast and secure at all times. This level of convenience and portability makes unlimited wireless hotspots an ideal choice for individuals who are always on the move.
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Unlike public Wi-Fi networks that can become overcrowded and slow during peak hours, unlimited wireless hotspots offer a dedicated connection that ensures consistent performance even in high-traffic areas. This reliability is especially important for individuals who rely heavily on the internet for their work or entertainment needs.
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GO Transit GO Transit Weekend Pass: Get Unlimited Travel on Weekends and Holidays Unlimited Weekend Travel on GO Transit for $10!
Go sightseeing across Ontario with GO Transit , where Weekend Passes are now available with unlimited travel on weekends and holidays, starting at just $10.00.
- One-Day Weekend Pass - $10.00
- Weekend Travel Pass - $15.00
GO Transit Weekend Passes are only available online and there are two passes available – the $10.00 pass is valid for one day only, while the $15.00 travel pass is valid throughout an entire weekend, including statutory holidays. Both grant unlimited travel for one person across the entire GO Transit rail and bus network in Ontario, including seasonal destinations like Niagara Falls.
Simply order online to purchase either pass – you must activate the pass before boarding a GO train or bus and your smartphone (with the pass loaded) serves as your ticket during your trip.
GO Transit Weekend Passes are available online only and passes are valid for one year from the date of purchase – click here to view the complete GO Transit network and plan your trip.
posted: January 19, 2023 @ 1:22pm
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- Nov 3rd, 2023 @ 12:19 pm
Anybody know if the pass expires on Sunday midnight, or 4am Monday?
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- Nov 3rd, 2023 @ 12:01 pm
No, you can only use it for trips scheduled for Saturday morning (so after 4am).
- Oct 28th, 2023 @ 9:24 pm
- Hi guys, I just started working at downtown and using the presto, I will be working the weekends, do I just buy the weekend pass to save money? Or presto will max out at 15$ at weekend?
Weekend pass is way cheaper than Presto for multiple GO transit trips Presto won't max out at $15
- Oct 28th, 2023 @ 8:10 am
- Oct 27th, 2023 @ 4:24 pm
- Oct 7th, 2023 @ 7:37 pm
Update: Sold That's why I've offered up 2/3rds ($10) of my pass, as I only need it till Saturday early afternoon, if anyone's interested, in RFDs BST group buy section.
- Oct 7th, 2023 @ 12:01 pm
- there are stipulations in the terms that allows them to give you a ticket even if you run out of power on the phone or the phone malfunctions. Yes they can write you a ticket. You can appeal it later, probably get a lesser fine.
- Oct 7th, 2023 @ 8:33 am
Nah, there has always been a 5 minute delay for activation to prevent this.
- Oct 7th, 2023 @ 8:14 am
- Not sure if this was discussed (not gonna read 30+ pages), but I bet they changed the validity from one year to seven days because if you bought a pass, you could get on the train, and only actually activate it when you saw they were checking tickets.
- Oct 7th, 2023 @ 8:05 am
- Oct 7th, 2023 @ 12:43 am
- Don't be me.... A couple weeks ago I bought a day pass for $10 and it was early morning and for some reason thought you could scan the bar code on the GO bus reader. Didn't think much of it and realized later that I tapped my CC and ended up paying $11 for a bus ride. So for others please don't scan, tap or even get your phone near one of those readers... You just need to activate the pass and show it to the driver if your riding the bus/train etc.
- Oct 6th, 2023 @ 3:02 pm
- Oct 6th, 2023 @ 11:20 am
- Oct 6th, 2023 @ 11:13 am
Reminder - $15 covers all 3 days this coming Thanksgiving weekend. Oct 7-9
- Sep 10th, 2023 @ 8:21 pm
- SneakerCon in Toronto is another event to check out on September 23 to 24: https://sneakercon.com/event/sneaker-co ... 3-24-2023/ This would be one of the ways to commute to/from using the GO Transit unlimited 1-day weekend or full-weekend passes. Aside from that event, there's also one event (though it's within the vicinity of GO Transit's coverage area) to commute to/from - a festival in Oshawa called the "Convergence Festival": https://www.convergenceoshawa.com/
- Sep 5th, 2023 @ 12:20 pm
Keep checking gotransit.com site scheduling and service updates page I took a quick look and I'm not seeing a direct train from Ajax GO to Union on Sept 30th for some reason. Sept 23rd is showing the same thing. And yet, the Sundays on those weekends show direct service. I don't see any updates regarding those two Saturdays that explains why there's no Lakeshore East train service available. Maybe it's just a mistake or maybe it's because it's still a couple of weeks away. But I'd keep an eye out there.
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 10:25 pm
Thanks for the response. I would have considered booking a hotel (or an Airbnb/VRBO) in Downtown Toronto but judging by the commuting distance (and owning to the fact that the venue is within public transit distance - I have to treat commuting from Ajax to Toronto and back as if I were to commute to/from work downtown) plus the fact that the hotels are expensive during an event like that, booking a night in the city is "irrelevant" to my situation (or something like that).
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 10:06 pm
For September 28-29, they can buy the weekday group passes each day they attend, assuming the distance they travel is more than what the pass costs to make it worth buying. https://tickets.gotransit.com/en-us/?type=promo September 30th is a Saturday and October 1st is a Sunday. So anyone who will be going both days should be buying the $15 weekend pass since it's valid for unlimited rides for the entire weekend. Any rides taken on the TTC will be extra.
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 9:56 pm
I usually activate my pass at home (I live within 5 to 10 minutes from a GO Station) well before I arrive at the GO Station. Aside from that, I'm hoping that someone can answer my quesiton located at #734 ( https://forums.redflagdeals.com/go-tran ... #p38021940 ) - which pass will my friends need if they will be taking the GO Train (or GO bus) to connect to Union Station (and take the TTC or even an Uber/Lyft) to the venue at College/Yonge for the OWL (Overwatch League) Grand Finals later this month? By the way, some will attend all of the days while others (including myself) will attend the September 30 and October 1, 2023 portions. Please advise.
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 9:42 pm
The email has a link to the activated page. The train station has wifi, the train itself has very limited wifi barely enough to pull up the email and activate it.
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 7:23 pm
- Are you allow to board at another station different from the one I pick at purchase....had a change of plan last minute.
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 5:54 pm
For this holiday Labour Day weekend, $15 gets you unlimited travel all 3 days. Sat Sept 2- Monday Sept 4
- Sep 4th, 2023 @ 5:48 pm
- A few friends of mine are planning to attend this particular event on the weekends of September 30 and October 1, 2023 (unfortunately, they are going to connect with the TTC at Union Station (or take an Uber/Lyft) to the Mattamy Athletic Centre (the nearest subway station is College - as for the venue, it's situated on the same site where Maple Leaf Gardens used to reside) - that's where this event will take place): https://youtu.be/FUwPO25S2Ac?feature=shared Which passes (to ride on the GO Transit portion) will be valid that corresponds to the dates mentioned in this video?
- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 7:58 pm
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- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 11:41 am
- Trying to decide what to do this weekend to make use of the weekend pass.... Was thinking about going to Wonderland all 3 days but Go has stopped their transit there. I can still go but have to factor in extra costs for the TTC. Could also go to Niagara but I went there for the Civic holiday. Trying to figure out if there is another easily accessible hiking location from Hamilton using Go. Decisions decisions. But I am happy that it's a 3 day pass this weekend,
- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 11:37 am
- Do I need to scan when I get on and scan again when I get off if I am using the weekend pass?
- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 11:26 am
- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 11:09 am
- Is there a train that goes to CNE from Mount Joy Station?
According to Google Maps not directly... You'd hvae to take the ST train to union station and then the Lakeshore West train
- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 10:59 am
- Sep 1st, 2023 @ 10:43 am
- Aug 26th, 2023 @ 8:32 pm
- I understand there is a shuttle to go to NOTL for the Shaw Festival. Is that somehow combinable with this Niagara Falls GO pass or separate purchase required?
- Aug 26th, 2023 @ 10:15 am
- how about the $18 promotion from Toronto to Niagara Falls which also include unlimited WE go bus? Can I use the same ticket to travel unlimited within GO transit line? Or is it just from Union to Niagara Falls only? https://www.niagaraparks.com/visit-niag ... s-toronto/
How does it work? What is the GO/WEGO Ticket? This combination transit ticket provides a round-trip from your originating stop on the GO Niagara Train service to Niagara Falls. You'll transfer to a WEGO bus at the Niagara Falls train station and travel to Table Rock Centre, at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls. What you do next is up to you, but we have some great options to add to your adventure and save!
- Aug 26th, 2023 @ 10:06 am
- Aug 26th, 2023 @ 4:15 am
- Does the one day ticket work on just a holiday (eg. labour day)?
- Aug 26th, 2023 @ 12:26 am
- Aug 22nd, 2023 @ 12:05 pm
- sorry, new to go transit... weekend pass... what does it mean by "remember to activate 5 mins before boarding go" is it something i press on my phone on the eticket?
- Aug 22nd, 2023 @ 11:00 am
- Aug 22nd, 2023 @ 10:53 am
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Network tickets are a type of ticket you can use in the West Midlands. They have an N icon at the start of their name.
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Types of Network ticket
- nBus - unlimited bus travel
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- nNetwork - unlimited bus, train and tram travel
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- nNetwork Zones 1 and 2 - unlimited train travel in rail zones 1 - 2 and unlimited bus travel
nTrain tickets are the only way to buy train season tickets for the West Midlands rail zones
Most bus companies that run services within the nBus area accept Network tickets. You can check if a company accepts them on our website.
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The explorer north east ticket... the only region-wide integrated public transport ticket
For great value throughout the region, you can’t beat Network One Explorer North East! It’s one of the most extensive schemes in the country, from the Scottish Borders down to Richmond in the south and Carlisle in the west.
You can travel the length and breadth of the region on local bus services operated by all the participating companies listed below:
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An Explorer is easy to purchase on your day of travel. Just ask the bus driver for an Explorer Ticket or press the “Explorer” button on any Metro ticket machine.
Tickets can also be purchased on the following apps:
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From the Scottish Borders throughout Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, County Durham, Teesside and North Yorkshire the Network One Explorer North East Ticket gives you the freedom to plan your days out… your only problem is choosing where to go first!
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We are well aware that buying a bus ticket for the first time is not as simple as you might think it could be BUT we also have very good reasons for this! Our customers come from all over the Midlands and have many different needs for our services so it is really a case that one ticket does not suit all. Where you’re going, when, and who with, means that there are lots of different ticket options you can choose from and we’ve designed our fares to give everyone the best value travel possible.
Even before covid we’d all started travelling in different ways. We’d noticed less of the Monday to Friday 9-5 and more flexible working patterns emerging so we knew we needed to give our customers a choice of tickets to find the ones that work for them. The vast majority of our tickets are available to use across our entire West Midlands zone so you can catch the bus in Birmingham, the Black Country or Coventry at any time of day and even at weekends for great value travel.
That’s why we’ve created this quick start guide to explain the most popular National Express bus tickets and ways to buy them.
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Our Day Saver has been a firm favourite for years. For just £4.50 the Day Saver ticket gives you unlimited trips on all our buses, all day long. You can pay on board with cash, pay through contactless or buy one before you travel on our mTicket app . Single tickets are still available too through all these payment methods.
Bus tickets for hybrid workers or the ultimate in flexibility
If you’re not sure exactly how many days per week you want to travel then you can buy one of our Day Saver bundles and just keep your tickets ready in the app wallet for when you need them. The best of both worlds, by pre paying for your bus tickets you can even save more money the more you buy in each go. Choose from a 5 day bundle for £21 (travel for £4.20/day) or a 10 Day Saver bundle £36 (travel for just £3.60/day). Paying up front means you pay less each day than the usual £4.50 Day Saver rate. You can buy these on our website and have them added to a Swift card but the quickest and easiest way is definitely on our mTicket app .
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