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Technology News: Issue Issue 30 13 Jul 2012

New York subway signs up to provide wi-fi as TfL launches at first stations

Los Angeles-headquartered Boingo Wireless has signed an agreement with US East Coast company Transit Wireless to manage and operate wi-fi internet services across the whole New York City subway network. Rollout will take five years. The move comes as Transport for London has begun bringing wi-fi to its underground stations.

Access for the New York City Transit Authority’s 1.6bn annual subway riders will be available at 277 underground stations throughout the boroughs of Brooklyn, the...

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