Another 41 London Underground stations have WiFi access
Virgin Media has revealed that its WiFi service can now be accessed at another 41 London Underground stations, including Stratford, Warren Street and Leicester Square.
A month ago, Virgin launched the service that will offer Tube passengers free WiFi access during the Olympics.
The company will offer a pay as you go plan after the Olympics has ended, while the service will remain free to Virgin's existing customers.
Millions of mobile devices are taken on the London Underground every day and the demand for information is growing rapidly, so Virgin is rolling-out a service that enables very fast WiFi connections.
With the partnership with TfL, Virgin is achieving a huge amount and it is launching a service that London can be proud of, says the director of Metro Wireless at Virgin Media.
The wireless connection at the Tube is extremely popular among visitors and commuters, as they are able to keep up with the news, live travel updates and entertainment.
The London Underground's director of Strategy and Service Development said that they are looking forward to roll out and connect up to 120 Tube's stations in 2012.
Virgin has also shown impressive statistics about the WiFi service, which have seen 1 million Tweets, emails, website visits and Facebook posts in a week.
The company states that it will bring its wireless service to a total of 82 Underground stations just in time for the Olympics.