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From WMATA:

“Metro today announced that free customer Wi-Fi service will be available in all underground stations by tomorrow, June 29. Customers can log-in by selecting the “Metro-Public” network in their device’s Wi-Fi settings.

Metro also announced today that the free customer Wi-Fi service, which began as a pilot in August 2016 to provide additional customer amenities in the stations, will now expand to aboveground stations, providing Wi-Fi to all 91 Metrorail stations by the end of 2018.

Metro’s Wi-Fi amenity supplements existing cellular service, which is already available at all Metro stations.

“We are always looking for new ways to improve safety and the customer experience on Metro,” said Metro General Manager and Chief Executive Officer Paul J. Wiedefeld. “Providing free Wi-Fi access at all 91 Metrorail stations will help customers stay better connected while they travel.”

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