If the decision was down to the residents of London, the proposed rolling out of wireless internet access on the London Underground would not be taking place. However, it is not their decision and so by the time the London Olympic Games start this summer Wi-Fi will be available at around eighty stations on the network.
In survey conducted by My Voucher Codes around 48 per cent of those asked, stated that they were concerned about their privacy and 31 per cent were concerned that this would lead to an increase in theft because of people using their devices in the open.
However, according to the London mayor Boris Johnson, he said;
“It’s vital that we harness the massive opportunities stemming from the digital revolution,”
“Millions of passengers will now be able to connect to their work, friends, or access the latest news and travel information.”
Source [TNT Magazine]