A lot of you out there might have a mobile device which has Wi-Fi, meaning that you can surf the internet by connecting to a wireless network so that you can access the internet.
Users of London’s Overground train network are going to get Wi-Fi access. The Wi-Fi zones are going to be run by The Cloud and will allow you to browse the web on these Wi-Fi connections with the first hour of access being free every day and then you will be charged on a “pay-as-you-go” basis thereafter. That means, if I connected up to one of these Wi-Fi zones, I would be able to surf the internet on them for free for the first hour and then pay for access on a “pay-as-you-go” basis. I would then have to wait until the next day to have another hour of free access.
56 of these Overground Stations are going to have their Wi-Fi zones set up sometime during or after the London 2012 Olympics. 12 of the 56 will have their Wi-Fi zone activated at the end of 2012.