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Monday, April 8, 2013

O2 UK joins other mobile networks in offering WiFi on the London Underground

O2 UK is the latest mobile network to offer its customers free WiFi on the London Underground, thanks to a wholesale deal with Virgin Media. It’ll be available from June.

Customers with Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile and EE - plus Virgin Media - are already able to use the service, which is due to reach a total of 120 stations by the end of this week.

Any O2 customers who’ve already signed up to O2 WiFi will be able to use their existing login details for WiFi service at tube stations.

Gary Booker, Head of Consumer at O2, said “We’re excited to bring free Underground WiFi to O2 customers this summer. Our customers want to stay connected wherever they are and will soon be able to check their email, update their Facebook status, shop online, book their next holiday and stay connected to their friends and family right across Tube stations in Central London.”

O2 recently launched a VoIP service called ‘TU Go’ that’s available to Pay Monthly customers.

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