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UK Virgin Media WiFi Live at 103 London Underground Train Stations

Posted Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 (10:42 am) by Mark Jackson (Score 384)
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Virgin Media has announced that a further eleven London underground tube stations (total 103) can now access its public wireless internet (wifi) service, which is FREE to existing Vodafone, EE, T-Mobile, Orange UK and of course Virgin broadband customers.

The service, which had previously been offered FREE to everybody, aims to connect a total of 120 stations by the end of March 2013. Sadly everybody else will need to pay for daily (£2), weekly (£5) or monthly (£15) passes, although the general wi-fi information portal will continue to keep all passengers up-to-date with TfL travel information and local news for free.

The 11 New Wi-Fi Stations (Being Connected This Week)

Gloucester Road
Tooting Bec
Highbury & Islington
Tooting Broadway
Kentish Town
Hampstead
Great Portland Street
Redbridge
Hammersmith (District & Piccadilly)
Blackhorse Road
South Wimbledon

Virgin claims that its broadband and mobile subscribers, when combined with Orange UK, T-Mobile, EE and Vodafone users, represents approximately 76% of consumers in Greater London.

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