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Traveling with Polish bus operator PolskiBus I got used to electric socket and free Wi-Fi on board. I could just charge my smartphone and browse internet or read books.

How does it look like in long-distance buses, such as FlexiBus or BerlinLinienBus, (both internal and foreign connections), in Germany? Is there the possibility to charge your smartphone/notebook? Is there Wi-Fi on board?

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Oh, PolskiBus operator was advertising they are offering a new standard of services, and I see it wasn't only a marketing. In the era of smartphones electric socket is very useful on the long ride. It seems I should consider buying e-book reader... – Danubian Sailor Aug 21 '13 at 19:55

ADAC Postbus offer both electric socket and wifi, they advertise with it.

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