EE could be about to piggy back on London underground’s Wi-Fi network, which is controlled by Virgin Media.
A tweet apparently appeared on the official EE Twitter account, dropping a heavy hint that the 4G network was readying a deal in the new year, but it has since been deleted.
An EE spokesperson said: ” The tweet was posted in error, and was subsequently removed.
“We’re always looking at ways to improve the service we offer our customers. However, we have nothing to announce at this time.”
According to Pocket-Lint, the tweet read: “Travel on the tube? From early 2013, EE customers will be able to get WiFi access on the London Underground at no extra cost.
I’m sure we will hear more of this in time to come.