Seven new Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subways stations are now online, thanks to BAI Canada.
TTC commuters are able to access BAI’s Wi-Fi network at Dufferin, Runnymede, Jane, St Clair, Eglinton, North York Centre and Glencairn stations – all via their smartphone, tablet or PC device.
Wind Mobile customers are also able to tap into the Wi-Fi network on their smartphones at an additional five new stations, including Keele, Ossington, Dufferin, Dundas West, Lansdowne, Downsview, Summerhill, Rosedale and Greenwood. A full list of Wi-Fi serviced stations is available at www.tconnect.ca.
About BAI Canada
BAI Canada is extending cellular, Wi-Fi and fibre network coverage to all TTC subway and rail commuters. It is a massive undertaking, with Toronto’s subway system transporting around 1.7 million travellers a day. BAI Canada is working with the TTC to provide a complete coverage solution, from the design and build phase through to the ongoing operation and maintenance of the network. By project completion, BAI Canada will have rolled out Wi-Fi and wireless network connectivity within Toronto’s 61 underground subway stations, all 65 corresponding aboveground platforms as well as mezzanines, walkways, passageways and stairs.
BAI Canada exclusively owns and operates the wireless communications network and functions as a single point of contact for all of Toronto’s licensed wireless service providers to extend their mobile services to all subway users.
BAI Canada is a BAI Communications company.