Mexico City residents and visitors can now enjoy the AT&T 4G LTE network and free Wi-Fi on the Metro’s Line 3

The Mexico City Metro Service’s Line 3 now has free Wi-Fi and access to the AT&T in Mexico 4G LTE network. Line 3 joins lines 7 and 1 as the 3rd connected line in the city’s metro. This initiative is part of the project to connect the Metro in Mexico City with 4G LTE network in 12 lines and free Wi-Fi in 11.

The connectivity project will benefit more than 719,000 daily users and about 183 million people annually who cross the city from Indios Verdes to Universidad station. On average, Line 3 has a depth of 4.5 meters and is made up of 21 stations, which include Hidalgo, Medical Center and Coyoacán. The connectivity of Lines 1, 3 and 7 will benefit more than 1.8 million people daily.

The 4G LTE network and free Wi-Fi were installed in the 23 km length of Line 3 and in the 50 trains that provide service. About 950 technicians and engineers worked more than 340,000 hours. The teams mostly worked at night to avoid affecting the Metro’s busiest hours.

AT&T is committed to helping reduce the digital gap in Mexico. The connectivity of the Mexico City Metro is part of the AT&T Smart Cities project to connect more people with their world.