Hyde Park Corner

Transport for London and have announced the first 80 London Underground stations that’ll receive free WiFi in time for the Olympics. By the end of July, users will be able to surf from the train platform, ticket offices and escalators — ideal for a few extra rush-hour injuries. The partnership will offer the internet free during the games before switching to a pay-as-you-go model, with to swell the network to 120 by the end of the year. If you’d like to know if your morning is about to get some extra connectivity then head past the break for the full list.

Aldgate East Elephant & Castle Bridge St Paul’s
Angel Embankment Manor House Stepney Green
Archway Euston Mansion House Stockwell
Arsenal Euston Square Marble Arch Stratford
Barbican Finsbury Marylebone Swiss Cottage
Bayswater Goodge Street Mile End Temple
Bermondsey Green Park North Greenwich Tottenham Hale
Bethnal Green Hammersmith (District/Picc) Old Street Tower Hill
Blackhorse Heathrow T1-3 Oval Tufnell Park
Borough Heathrow T4 Oxford Circus Vauxhall
Brixton High Street Kensington Paddington (Main) Victoria
Caledonian Road Highbury & Islington Piccadilly Circus Walthamstow Central
Camden Town Holborn Pimlico Warren Street
Canada Water Holland Park Queensway Warwick Avenue
Canary Wharf Hyde Park Corner Regents Park Waterloo
Canning Town Kentish Town Seven Sisters Wembley Central
Chancery Lane Kings Cross/St Pancras Southfields Wembley Park
Charing Cross Lambeth North Southwark West Ham
Clapham North Lancaster Gate St James Park Wimbledon Park
Covent Garden Leicester Square St Johns Wood Westminster
Edgware Road (Circle) Liverpool Street
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