LONDON’S TUBE TO GET 4G WEB ACCESS
A service to let passengers on the London Underground use 4G on their devices will launch in 2019, Transport for London (TFL) has announced. It follows a successful trial this summer in tunnels and platforms on the Waterloo & City line. Currently, Wi-fi is available on platforms, but there’s no connectivity on trains. Vodafone, O2, Three and EE took part in the trial, but TFL haven’t announced which network would provide the service.