Yesterday Vodafone splashed in the Metro about their all new (well, sort of) wifi offering for customers using the London Underground system.
If you’ve ever been caught wanting to send an email or look up somewhere on a map whilst on the platform, having access to the Internet is mighty convenient.
I have tried the Virgin Media service at a few stations and I’ve been pleased with the functionality. And speed. Speed us important.
Fundamentally it’s flipping annoying when you lose connection as the train leaves the station. But that’s another issue.
If you’re a regular Underground user I can see how free WiFi access would be a useful bullet point when you come to select your next Vodafone contract.
Not so, if you live and work in Hartlepool though.
Have you tried the London Underground WiFi system