Free wireless internet at the Olympics this summer
How to find free WiFi in London and stay up to date with all the events.
The French have had mobile underground access for years.
Everyone is talking about the Olympics in London this summer as the first digital one, and to help cement that a host of popular areas in and around London will be covered by free wireless internet access.
Virgin Media is one such partner and is planning to deliver wireless access to 120 London stations by the end of the year.
The first upgraded were Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street, Paddington, Leicester Square, Oxford Circus and Waterloo with many more already added to the list.
You can find all the WiFi-enabled stations on their handy classic-style London Tube map from the Transport for London website and more details from Virgin Media itself including an alphabetical station list.
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