Free wireless internet access will be available at London Bridge Station later this month under a new deal between Network Rail and The Cloud.
The wifi network will be available throughout the concourses, platforms and other public areas by the end of April.
Waterloo Station, which already had a Cloud wifi network, has had its service upgraded to handle increased demand.
"As Network Rail is investing in upgrading its iconic rail stations so we too are making significant investment to deliver state of the art wifi for its customers all across the UK," says Vince Russell, managing director of The Cloud.
"Whether it's delivering real time travel info to hurrying commuters or allowing people relaxing at the station to catch up on the latest news, emails and social media, this service will enhance quality of their visit."
The service will be free to use for the first 15 minutes of use each day.
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