Popular mobile operators EE and Three have made a deal that will see high-speed mobile coverage across all of the London Underground networks, even tunnels. 

The pair have signed up to work with BAI Communications which is in charge of rolling out mobile coverage on the Tube and will provide EE and Three customers with uninterrupted coverage too. 

Transport for London said it would also see every station and tunnel in the Underground network become a 5G ready connectivity by the end of 2024. 

Some of the busiest networks, including Oxford Circus, Euston, Bank, and Camden Town, are expected to be connected by the end of 2022. 

This Is Local London: The tube network will be fully connected by 2024. (PA)The tube network will be fully connected by 2024. (PA)

They are also working on ensuring customers on the upcoming Elizabeth line will also be connected once the line is opened next year. 

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said he is "delighted to see Three and EE sign up as the first operators to provide full high-speed 4G access across the Tube network."

Adding that it "will make a huge difference to passengers, allowing them to make calls, read emails and check travel information while on the move.

“Investing in London’s connectivity and digital infrastructure is one important way we are helping to stimulate our city’s economy."