If It's not enough that TeliaSonera has blanked Sweden with Wi-Fi, more is coming: The Cloud has formed a norther subsidiary, The Cloud Nordic, that will challenge TeliaSonera's Swedish primacy by installing hotspots in 55 Swedish train stations. Eventually, all 178 train stations in Sweden will have hotspot service. (In the U.S., we have maybe a dozen so equipped.) Telia HomeRun lists nearly 500 locations in their Swedish directory.
This Register article notes that The Cloud's competitor Broadreach has installed Wi-Fi both in stations and is preparing to roll service out on trains. Sweden and Britain already have Wi-Fi-equipped trains: the Gottenburg to Copenhagen run and some of Britain's GNER trains; both of those installations come from Icomera. Broadreach is using Canadian firm PointCast's equipment. PointCast has two lines in California and one in Canada up and running in production and trials.