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Uber Partners with Facebook Messenger

Users will be able to hail rides directly from Messenger without leaving their conversation Facebook is looking to improve its chat service by testing a new feature that will allow users of its Messenger app to hail rides at the touch of a button.Uber is the first partner of the proposed Transportation on Messenger service, […]

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TfL Issues Warnings Over Contactless Payments

Transport for London has issued a warning that the newly introduced Apply Pay service on the London Underground network is subject to a number of variables which could adversely impact travellers.  TfL has warned that those passengers using Apple Pay, as well as other contactless mobile payment services, will be charged the full price of […]

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Which form of Underground advertising is right for you?

Advertising on the London Underground is one of the best ways to raise awareness of your brand in the Capital, regardless of what sort of audience you’re looking to target. From tourists on Oxford Street to business people in Canary Wharf, as many as 150,000 commuters enter the network every hour, meaning that your advertisements are guaranteed to […]

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Transport for London trials free Wi-Fi

Bus and tube rides in the capital are about to provide passengers with more than just transport connections. Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it is trialling free Wi-Fi on buses. The new internet connection will feature on just two buses – a route 12 riding between Dulwich and Oxford Circus and a route […]

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Combine Your Bus Ads for Profit Power-ups

It’s well known that buses are the high-street medium. If you’re stuck behind a bus it’s all you can see. If you’re on the pavement, seeing the side of a bus is like viewing a cinema screen. Bus ads are big, bold and brazen. It’s fair to say that it’s a perfect vehicle to use […]

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Free Wi-Fi on Public Transport Keeps Commuters Connected

The arrival of Wi-Fi on public transport has transformed the possibilities available to advertisers. The London Overground and Underground networks are already Wi-Fi enabled and accessible at the majority of stations. This week, Glasgow was the first Scottish city to offer free public Wi-Fi after an agreement was reached with the council and BT to […]

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