There's more wireless coming to big subway stations. Transit Wireless announced that it was "beginning of Phase Two" of ensuring that Tweets about your misery waiting for the L train will be distributed ASAP.

Transit Wireless announced, "Service will roll out progressively throughout Phase Two, starting with 11 stations in mid-town Manhattan, including Grand Central Terminal, 34th St. Herald Square and Bryant Park. Construction for the entire borough of Queens will begin rolling out in March. Phase Two will provide nearly 250 million annual riders with cellular service on AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon Wireless as well as Wi-Fi. The Phase Two build-out is expected to be completed by June 2014."

Last year, Transit Wireless added WiFi to 30 stations, mostly along the westside of Manhattan. The company has now released some stats on WiFi usage: "The Wi-Fi network served 2.6 million connections throughout the year. The network processed more than 60 terabytes (TB) of data - more information than the Hubble Space telescope has collected in two decades—with the average user spending nine minutes on the network. Smartphones like the iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S® 4 were the most popular devices to connect to the Wi-Fi network and were responsible for 76 percent of the data usage."

And here's an infographic with even more factoids—like 37,000 laptops connected to the network and about two-thirds of those hopping on were dudes:

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