Free Wi-Fi in Belgium’s biggest stations

Since Monday a long-standing wish of thousands of rail passengers has become reality. 19 of the country’s biggest railway stations have been equipped with free Wi-Fi. The Belgian rail company NMBS says that a further 8 stations are due to be equipped in the coming months.   

The 19 stations now with Wi-Fi

  • Antwerp-Berchem and Antwerp-Central
  •  Bruges
  • Brussels Airport-Zaventem, Brussels-Central, Brussels Luxemburg, Brussels- Schuman, Brussels-South
  • Charleroi-South
  • Denderleeuw
  • Gembloux
  • Halle
  • Hasselt
  • Leuven
  • Liège-Guillemins
  • Namur
  • Ottignies
  • Sint-Niklaas
  • Vilvoorde

The stations due to be equipped in the coming months

  • Aalst
  • Mons
  • Brussels-North
  • Tournai
  • Ghent-Saint-Peters
  • Kortrijk
  • Mechelen
  • Ostend

60% of train passengers use services that leave from 1 of the above 27 stations. In order to benefit from the free Wi-Fi service rail passengers will need to log in to the Free Wifi-NmbsSncb network. In order to do that they will first need a MyNMBS account that can be created on the rail company’s website.

Top stories