Customers on Virgin Media, EE and Vodafone have been enjoying free London Underground Wi-Fi for several months now, which leaves - or left - just two UK networks in the dark.
Big Blue O2 is the latest to offer its customers free London Underground Wi-Fi, meaning it’s just us losers on Three who aren’t invited to the party. Sob.
A meaty press release on the Virgin Media Media Centre reveals that O2 is the latest network to score free London Underground Wi-Fi, meaning the vast majority of passengers can browse, check Facebook and send email during their soul-destroying commute.
Virgin Media also reveals that the total number of London Underground stations with free Wi-Fi will hit 120 this week, when an additional 12 go live.
The dirty dozen are Acton Town, Baker Street, Bank & Monument, Caledonian Road, Earl’s Court, Holland Park, Ladbroke Grove, Maida Vale, Queen’s Park, Shepherd’s Bush, Sloane Square and West Ruislip.
As for Three customers, well, you’ll have to make do with a Virgin Media Wi-Fi Pass, which weighs in at £2 daily, £5 weekly, or £15 for a “two-month special”.
Ah well, at least we’ll get free 4G when it rolls out later this year.