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Virgin Media Brings Wi-Fi To Six More Stations


Virgin Media Brings Wi-Fi To Six More Stations

News James Peckham 15:25, 25 Apr 2014
London Underground

Six extra London Underground stations will obtain Wi-Fi from April 26

Virgin Media is on a mission to attach the complete London Underground to the web. It at present has 131 of the 270 stations related as much as Wi-Fi permitting anyone who needs to hook up with the web while travelling on the underground.

Six extra stations will now be added to that listing making 137 stations. Wi-Fi might be obtainable via the tickets halls and down onto the platforms at Golders Inexperienced, Southgate, West Kensington Parsons Inexperienced, Kilburn and East Putney stations.

Presently 800,000 units are related to the Virgin Media Wi-Fi providers on the tube. It permits superfast connectivity and over a million emails, net pages, Tweets and Fb posts are despatched out each weekday.

In London there’s presently no different approach of getting a Wi-Fi service while underground.

Joe Lathan, director of broadband at Virgin Media stated: “Virgin Media’s WiFi on the London Underground has been an enormous success with Londoners and guests alike so we’re delighted to be connecting much more individuals in additional locations.”

“We’re working with TfL and our wholesale companions to ship a implausible expertise throughout the capital and make catching up on emails, checking for journey updates or sending a Tweet simpler than ever earlier than.” 

When you’ve acquired a Virgin Media service you possibly can hook up with the Wi-Fi free of charge. If not you will get numerous passes for the service. A every day cross is £2, weekly is £5 or you'll be able to at present purchase an entire two months for £15.

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