It took a year, but T-mobile service in NYC subways will finally begin on Tuesday. So now, just like everywhere else, you can listen to the person next to you
yell at their boss chat with a friend. I guess the good thing is that service will not be offered on moving trains and will be limited to just some pilot platforms.
The pilot program will introduce cellphone reception to the C-E platforms at 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue and three other stations along West 14th Street: the A, C, E and L platforms at Eighth Avenue; the F, M and L platforms at Avenue of the Americas; and the Seventh Avenue station that serves the Nos. 1, 2 and 3 lines.
Anyone in NYC happy to see this happen?
The New York Times