Virgin Media has confirmed it has enabled WiFi coverage at a further six London Underground stations bringing the total of connected stations to 137.
The new stations, consisting of Golders Green, Southgate, West Kensington, Parsons Green, Kilburn and East Putney, will be part of a network delivering one million emails, posts and web pages delivered every weekday.
More than 800,000 devices are currently registered to Virgin Media’s WiFi on London Underground service, with the superfast connectivity enabling an average of one million emails, web pages, Tweets and Facebook posts to be sent underground every weekday.
Joe Lathan, director of broadband at Virgin Media said:
Virgin Media’s WiFi on the London Underground has been a huge success with Londoners and visitors alike so we’re delighted to be connecting even more people in more places. We’re working with TfL and our wholesale partners to deliver a fantastic experience across the capital and make catching up on emails, checking for travel updates or sending a Tweet easier than ever before.
For further information please visit: ww.tfl.gov.uk/wifi
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