Wednesday, April 6, 2011

London Underground will receive a free Internet

By the 2012 Olympics in London Underground will receive a free Internet. On the eve of the London Underground management announced a decision to connect to wireless Internet more than a hundred stations. It is necessary to clarify that the free access to the network will be provided only at the stations - online coverage for train and subway tunnels are not provided. As noted by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, the power of the capital of the United Kingdom are considering Wi-Fi access in the subway as another opportunity for metro passengers stay in touch with the outside world. By 2012 and the Olympic Games in London will be connected to the Internet, about 120 subway stations.

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