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Virgin’s Wi-Fi is now live at 41 London Tube stations

Excerpt from Stuff Magazine

Jul 08, 2012 2:26 am

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After six weeks or so of free access, Virgin hopes London residents will find their service a compelling reason to switch carriers before its paywall goes up, post-Olympics.

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Virgin Media’s Wi-Fi service is now gracing 41 London Underground stations with internet-goodness, and the service (which launched four weeks ago at select stations) has already served more over 100,000 Tube passengers.

The service allows commuters to access the web from the ticket hall to the train platform, although you’ll still have to contend with internet blackouts once you hit the inky blackness of the Tube tunnels themselves.

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