You can now access WiFi at 46 subway stations in Toronto

Nov 15 2016, 6:59 am

If you’re heading out on the subway today, and really want to get that Instagram post up, it won’t have to wait anymore.

That’s right. There is now more WiFi on the TTC than ever before.

TCONNECT, which provides free WiFi on the TTC, was previously available at a handful of subway stations only. The ad-supported service is now available at 46 stations, making our dreams of being (semi) connected underground a reality.

The latest stations to receive WiFi included Rosedale and Greenwood, which were connected to the system last week. And while you do lose connection between stations, you’re automatically connected when back in a WiFi zone. So you’re not able to stream music continuously, but you’ll be able to get online for that Instagram post or that tweet to the TTC about train delays.

In case you’re still unsure where you can connect, here’s the latest update.

WiFi availability at TTC stations/TCONNECT

WiFi availability at TTC stations/TCONNECT

On the Yonge-University Line:

• Wellesley
• College
• Dundas
• Queen
• King
• Union
• St Andrew
• Osgoode
• St Patrick
• Queen’s Park
• Museum
• St. George
• Spadina
• Bay
• Bloor-Yonge
• Dupont
• St. Clair
• Glencairn
• Eglinton
• North York Centre
• St. Clair West
• Wilson
• Lawrence West
• Downsview
• Summerhill
• Rosedale

On the Bloor-Danforth Line:

• Sherbourne
• Castle Frank
• Main Street
• Lansdowne
• High Park
• Old Mill
• Keele
• Ossington
• Dundas West
• Royal York
• Bathurst
• Christie
• Dufferin
• Runnymede
• Jane
• Broadview
• Greenwood

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