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AT&T and T-Mobile temporarily share their networks in New York City and New Jersey to shoulder the post-hurricane load

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AT&T and T-Mobile temporarily share their networks in New York City and New Jersey to shoulder the post-hurricane load
Oct 31st 2012, 19:36

Hurricane Sandy in Manhattan
Communication has been all too spotty across much of New York City and New Jersey since Hurricane Sandy struck the region, and those who can get through on their cellphones have found themselves on particularly crowded networks. AT&T and T-Mobile are providing some much-needed, if temporary, relief: the two have struck a deal to share their GSM and 3G networks in the area with no roaming fees or plan changes while the networks come back, with the best-functioning network taking precedence in any given connection. A return to the normal state of affairs hasn't been fixed in stone and will likely depend on many, many factors, but it's a much appreciated gesture for residents who might not have a choice to relocate for a vital phone call.
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