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Free WiFi extended

Commuters will be able to enjoy free WiFi at Tube stations for the rest of the year.

Virgin Media, which launched WiFi on the Underground in June, announced the extension following the service's busiest day, where it received more than one million web visits in 24 hours.

Originally intended to be free for the summer only, the popular service is now available at 72 Tube stations, including Waterloo, Victoria, King's Cross St. Pancras and Oxford Circus.

More than 660,000 people are using online services underground and more stations are due to be connected over the coming months.

People can use the service to plan their journey, access social media and send and receive emails in ticket halls, corridors and on platforms.

To find out more, visit tfl.gov.uk/wifi

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