Virgin Media has activated wireless broadband services at a further 32 stations on the London Underground network, it has been reported.
The broadband provider created Wi-Fi hotspots at six Tube stations last month - King's Cross, Warren Street. Oxford Circus, Green Park, Victoria and Euston.
And the firm has taken this total to 38 by launching Wi-Fi at a number of stations including Paddington, Stratford and Southfields.
By the start of the Olympic Games at the end of July, Virgin Media is aiming to offer Wi-Fi at a total of 80 stations on the Underground.
And this total will increase again to 120 by the end of the year, according to Cable.co.uk.
Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, said the partnership with Virgin Media will be of "tremendous benefit" to London residents, workers and visitors.
He claimed that building world-class connectivity is "critical to supporting new businesses and the jobs they create".