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Free Wi-Fi on London Underground
Free Wi-Fi on London Underground

Stay connected underground at over 250 stations

Updated over a week ago

You can connect using any device that can connect to a home, work, or public Wi-Fi network, including phones, tablets, and laptops.

Our Free Wi-Fi on the London Underground works in Wi-Fi-enabled stations. It doesn’t work while you’re travelling on the Tube between stations.

How do I connect?

  1. Go to your WiFi settings.

  2. Select the Three_WiFi SSID to open the configuration screen.

    Please note, on a Galaxy S6, you will need to scroll up to find the ‘EAP method’, which is set to PEAP by default.

  3. Click on the down arrow and choose AKA from the drop-down list.

  4. Click on the ‘Connect’ button.

  5. Once you’ve checked the internet connection, you’ll be able to access free WiFi across the London Underground.


Who can use free Wi-Fi on London Underground?

As long as you have a live account with us, you can connect to Free Wi-Fi on London Underground. Please see full London Underground WiFi Terms and Conditions here.

Why can't I connect to free wifi on the London Underground?

If you experience problems connecting to free WiFi, make sure you’re at a participating station. You can check the list of participating stations here. If you’re still having trouble, take a look at our help and support article for more info.

How do I disconnect from free Wi-Fi on the London Underground?

It’s easy to disconnect, simply turn off the WiFi on your device. If you want to use a different WiFi provider, select an alternative in your settings.

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