WiFi on the London Underground, now in 150 stations

Remember when people said that WiFi on Tube stations was too costly and difficult to install? That the age and complexity of the transportation system would be a nightmare to overcome?

Now we have 150 stations in the network with WiFi switched on and, whilst it’s a shame that all the mobile networks couldn’t have worked on a joint project to get a cell signal down there, you can at least check out those funny Halloween photos from the weekend via Facebook.


Virgin Media have sent us a pretty infographic to celebrate the 150thv station, and it shows how the WiFi is getting used. 3TB gets pumped into the stations every day and the six recently added stations include Wimbledon, Richmond, Morden, East Ham, Barking and Upminster.

WiFi on the London Underground, now in 150 stations

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