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AT&T and Transit Wireless Eye 242 More NYC Subway Stops

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Apr 9, 2014, 8:03 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

AT&T and Transit Wireless today announced plans to expand their current project, which is bringing wireless service to New York City's subway stations. Transit and its partners have already lit up service at 30 stations, mostly in midtown Manhattan, with several sprinkled throughout the Chelsea neighborhood, as well. Transit is already working on Phase Two of its project, which will add cell service to 29 underground stations in the borough of Queens and 11 more in Manhattan by the end of summer. AT&T and Transit said they will eventually offer service in an additional 242 stations around the city, though they didn't provide a timeframe for the expansion or details on exactly which stations. Transit also partners with Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon, but they haven't yet announced plans to offer expanded coverage.

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Charles Bigelow

Apr 9, 2014, 11:07 AM

That's right......

Keep on giving more encouragement for people to be distracted in already risky and dangerous environment. I know New York City all to well and given the opportunity, people will either not watch where they are going and fall onto the tracks, walk into an approaching train, bump into someone every 5 feet, etc., Rolling Eyes
people already do that on the streets, so imagine what would it be. I'm really not looking forward to this, the last thing I need is someone fighting with their significant other over the phone while I'm on the train. It used to be annoying enough on ...
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