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Briefly: Three Wi-Fi on London Underground, EU Amazon Prime update

updated 12:32 pm EDT, Thu July 17, 2014

Three prepares to offer subscribers free Wi-Fi in London Underground

British carrier Three is following the lead of other carriers in the country, by offering free Wi-Fi on the London Underground. The Next Web reports the carrier will be working with Virgin Media, the company that set up the original Wi-Fi network for the 2012 Olympic Games, to provide customers free access to the Wi-Fi network in 137 stations without buying a Wi-Fi pass. Three hopes to open up the network to its customers by the end of this month.



Amazon Prime provides two-day delivery option in Europe

Amazon is adding an option for European Prime subscribers to receive orders of items stored in facilities across the continent. An upgrade from the earlier three to seven-day delivery time, the change will apply to more than 3 million products by the end of this year, reports the Telegraph, with the retailer claiming the move was prompted by "innovations in its cross boarder delivery network."



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