Virgin Media To Charge For Wi-Fi On London's Tube

Mobile users in the UK will have to pay careful attention to which mobile operator's services they subscribe to if they still want free Wi-Fi services on the London Underground next year. Virgin Media has announced that it will start charging £2 for one day's Wi-Fi access on the underground train service in the UK capital, while a weekly pass will cost £5 and a monthly pass £15. Nevertheless, it seems that only O2 UK and 3 UK users will be subjected to these charges.

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