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Wi-Fi is coming to New York City Subway

Bloomberg reports that $200 million will be spent to wire six subterranean stations in New York City. It will take about two years to add Wi-Fi along 14th Street at Sixth, Seventh and Eighth avenues and 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue. During another four years city will install antennas in the remaining 271. Thanks to

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According to the latest data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – one out of four households in the U.S. is now wireless-only. Only about 15% of households still have a landline, however those households report that they now receive almost all of their calls on their wireless phone. Data shows that

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AT&T wireless service

The AT&T carrier is investing unreasonably in its wired network even that its wireless service is way behind the competition. According to Gerard Hallaren of TownHall Investment Research, AT&T in order to bring its cellular service up to the level of its competitor (Verizon Wireless, Hallaren), the company has to invest an additional US$5 billion.

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