Charing Cross Station Gets Free Wi-Fi Service
The new service started today and will be on trial for the next six months.
This will enable travelers and those lurking around the station to log on to the Internet from Charing Cross ticket hall area, as well as the Northern and Bakerloo line platforms – needless to say, you’ll soon loose your connection when you go sub-terrainian or out of Wi-Fi range, which ever happens first.
This is part of Boris Johnson’s plan to get Wi-Fi and phone connections happening on the underground in time for the 2012 games.
You can grab free Transport for London live updates but interweb surfing will only be free for BT broadband users who have unlimited BT FON Wi-Fi minutes, or people on BT Openzone.
What else would you use this service for?