You can now have access to a longer WiFi connection for free at St Pancras International Railway Station, thanks to a partnership between Twitter and Wifi metropolis (@wifimetropolis), the internet service provider at St Pancras International Railway Station.
Starting today (June 14th), WiFi users at the station will be able to enjoy a faster, simplified, sign in faster experience, and surf the internet for 4 hours for free.
St Pancras International Station is one of the biggest landmarks in London and serves as a gateway to Europe. It is used by 48 million passengers annually and is home to the Eurostar.
Wendy Spinks, HS1 Commercial Director, said: “Thanks to a new partnership agreement between St Pancras International and Twitter, you can now log on to the free WIFI in the station direct from your Twitter account. The station Wifi system was upgraded in the last 18 months and since then the number of daily users has increased 6x. St. Pancras Free WiFi lets users download their movies in minutes and upload pictures in seconds”
“Lots of people are using the available time whilst they are travelling to catch up with friends and family on social media and therefore we are pleased to add Sign in with Twitter to the WiFi in the station”.
Twitter UK MD, Dara Nasr, added “We’re always looking at ways we can make life easier and more beneficial for our users and also we know how important WiFi is to both travellers and commuters. I’m delighted anyone with a Twitter account will get access to faster and unlimited WiFi when they’re at St Pancras.”