Virgin Media has extended the reach of its Wi-Fi service on the London Underground network.
Internet connectivity is now available at another ten Tube stations in the capital, meaning passengers can get online via their mobile devices.
West Hampstead, Finchley Central, Leytonstone, Wanstead and White City have all been added to the network, along with Leyton, Newbury Park, Plaistow, Finchley Road and Upton Park.
This means Virgin Media Wi-Fi is now available at a total of 131 London Underground stations.
The firm's end goal is to make this service available across the entire system.
Virgin Media created its Tube Wi-Fi network in time for the London 2012 Olympic Games, and initially offered free access to the internet for all.
Since 2013, only Virgin Media, EE, O2 and Vodafone customers have retained no-charge wireless access.
Other consumers are able to buy daily, weekly or monthly passes in order to take advantage of the Wi-Fi facility.