In case you hadn't noticed, Virgin Media is still expanding its WiFi service on the London Underground. The company says it's recently flicked the switch at 100 new stations, including end-of-the-line stops like Edgware, Cockfosters and Stanmore. That brings its grand total up to 250 stations, which is only 20 shy of a complete roll-out. That's if you're only counting the stations themselves, anyway. It's still basically impossible to connect to the service while you're actually on a train, hurtling down a tunnel. That hasn't stopped people from connecting while they're on the platform or waiting to depart though -- Transport for London (TfL) says daily data consumption has jumped from 3TB to 20TB over the last 12 months, with more than half a million devices logging on each day. It's not perfect, but it'll do until there's finally 3G and 4G coverage below the surface.
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