TTC Expands Free Wi-Fi To Union, King, Queen, and Dundas Stations

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BAI Canada and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) have announced that free Wi-Fi is now available at Union, King, Queen, Dundas stations.

The four stations join, Bloor-Yonge, Wellesley, College, St George, and Bay stations on the list of subway stations equipped with free Wi-Fi. Users can access the free Wi-Fi hotspot by choosing “TCONNECT” on their device. Then, the user must click connect on the TCONNECT welcome page in their browser.

The TTC plans to implement the free Wi-Fi service at 18 stations, which encompasses the lower loop plus Spadina station, by the first quarter of 2015. The rollout to the 18 stations is expected to be up and running for the Toronto 2015 Pan AM Games.

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Here is a list of stations for the next phase(s) of the Wi-Fi implementation with approximate completion dates:

Spadina  – December 2014

St Andrew – January 2015

Osgoode – January 2015

St Patrick – February 2015

Queen’s Park – February 2015

Museum – March 2015

The expansion is a part of an ongoing rollout to expand wireless and cellular capabilities in Toronto’s subway system. BAI Canada first launched free Wi-Fi at Bloor-Yonge and St. George stations back in December of 2013. The goal is for BAI Canada and the TTC to bring wireless connectivity to all subway stations in the next three years.

What do you think of the free Wi-Fi service the TTC is offering? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • jonathan

    I’ve noticed lately that the free wifi hasn’t been working consistently at Yonge/blood and St George stations. Hopefully the connection will get better. It’s nice to be able to check your email quickly while on the subway train.

  • Chrome262

    it takes a while to actually log in. I really think they haven’t actually designed it correctly to handle the traffic. either that Or the services they are on (the big three) are throttling it.