Mayor of London

Station WiFi

WiFi at Tube stations

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We have partnered with Virgin Media to bring WiFi to 250 London Underground stations and Victoria Coach Station. You can see which stations on our WiFi Tube maps at the bottom of this page.

You can go online anywhere in those stations - in ticket halls, corridors and platforms.

If you're a customer of one of the providers below, you will get internet access on London Underground at no extra cost.

Getting started with WiFi

Choose your provider and follow the instructions at login to activate the WiFi service on your device:

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If you're not one of these customers, you can purchase a daily, weekly or monthly Virgin Media WiFi Pass to get online.

Everyone can access the Virgin Media portal which includes our latest travel information.

Using the WiFi service

Once you've activated Virgin Media WiFi, your device will automatically pick up the WiFi signal when you're in a WiFi enabled Tube station. There's no signal in tunnels, but your phone will connect to the signal at the next WiFi enabled platform so you can pick up where you left off.

Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question or having trouble connecting to Virgin Media WiFi? Here's a list of common questions.

More information from your provider

Need more help or got a question for your provider? You can contact them as follows:

Posters at your station will tell you when WiFi has arrived there.

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WiFi at London Overground stations

We have partnered with The Cloud to bring WiFi to more than 79 London Overground stations, meaning you can browse, connect and share anywhere in the station.

WiFi access is available in most ticket halls, corridors and platforms.

If you need more information please visit The Cloud's frequently asked questions page.