O2 provide Access for everyone around London Olympics. Last day it had announced the plans to set up several Wi-Fi hotspots across London during London 2012 such as Oxford Street, Leicester Square and Exhibition Road, which will all benefit from the scheme was set up in co- operation with Westminster City Council and the Royal Borough of Kensington.
With the 'free' wifi services, access will be free to all who wish to use these, even those who are not O2 customers,
The service has been introduced to prevent those who making their way to London for the Olympic Games from running up a large 3G roaming bill by offering simple, widespread web coverage.
Those Users, who want to enjoy this offer, need to register once and they will be connected to the service automatically whenever they are in range of any of the available hotspots. London Mayor Boris Johnson been praised towards these facility and said that, "With millions of extra people coming to town for the Games, we want to ensure we showcase the capital as the best city in the world to work and visit. The addition of free wifi to some of our most popular landmarks is crucial in helping to maintain that reputation" he commented.
A matter is that there has been no mention of when the service will end, it is doubtful that O2 will continue to provide free access to the web after the Paralympicsâ€™ have ended.