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First week of the Games sees over 43,000 new Wi-Fi registrations

London Underground Wi-Fi used three million times since Olympics Opening Ceremony

ITV has reported that Wi-Fi on the tube has been used nearly three million times since the London 2012 Olympic Games began.

72 tube stations in London currently offer free Wi-Fi to commuters. After the games, the free service will become pay-as-you-go, with Virgin Media customers being offered continued access as part of their subscriptions.

In the first week of the Games, Virgin Media processed over 43,000 new registrations for Wi-Fi on the tube.

Virgin Media plans to bring Wi-Fi to a further 48 stations around London by the end of the year.

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