Virgin Media has today announced that their free WiFi network is now available in 10 more stations across the London Underground, bringing the total number of stations covered up to 131, and they haven’t finished yet, as they plan to add 10 more by this Spring.

The 10 new stations now covered are West Hampstead, Finchley Central, Leytonstone, Wanstead, White City, Leyton, Newbury Park, Plaistow, Finchley Road and Upton Park. No details have been released yet as to where the service might be going to next.

The service is completely free to people who are on the Virgin Media, O2, EE or Vodafone mobile network, allowing users to use the service at any of the fitted stations for free, just sign in/ up and your ready to go.

If you subscribe to a different network that is not on that list, you can access the service for either £2 for a day pass, £5 for a weekly pass and £15 for a two-month pass.

In their announcement, Virgin Media also revealed that 80,000 people used the Wi-Fi service at the London Underground on New Year’s Eve, delivering 600,000 tweets, Facebook posts, emails and web pages within those 24 hours.

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