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Petition Urges Riders to Speak Up for ‘Big 3’ Cell Service on Toronto Subway

BAI Canada inked an exclusive 20-year deal worth $25 million with the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) back in 2012, to blanket subway stations with Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. The problem? Only Shaw’s Freedom Mobile has signed onto the cellular network, while Rogers, Telus and Bell are still absent, leaving customers without cellular service during rides....

TCONNECT Free Wi-Fi Rollout Complete at All Underground TTC Subway Stations

BAI Canada and the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) have announced a milestone: all underground subways stations now have free ad-supported Wi-Fi, as the TCONNECT network rollout is complete. The TCONNECT Wi-Fi network has roughly 130,000 logins per day from 90,000 unique devices, with users consuming over 9 terabytes of data per month. The busiest station...

BAI Canada’s TTC Network Now Sees 60,000 Daily Log-Ons

BAI Canada runs the underground Wi-Fi and cellular networks for the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway stations and platforms, a 20-year contract it won for the price of $25 million back in 2013. The National Post recently got a tour of BAI Canada’s infrastructure, where the latter also shared some data about usage on the...

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

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...