Unlike the meagre free offer by London Underground and Virgin Media see below , which is only available during the period of the 2012 Olympic fiasco, LONDON OVERGROUND is going to introduce Wi-Fi to all its 56 stations (although sadly only four of them are wheelchair accessible!) by the end of 2012. The offer, in conjunction with BSkyB's The Cloud, will allow travellers to stay in touch for up to one hour per day, free-of-charge.
After an initial registration train passengers will be able to connect to the internet at London Overground stations for free when the service launches this year. That means you’ll be able to browse the web and stay up-to-date with news and events listings, discover London attractions from your mobile phone, tablet, laptop or other connected devices. With the right apps, you can even explore alternative routes to take, when your train has been cancelled!
Does no-one like this depiction of The Cloud?