How's your cell service on Metro?
A team of companies -- AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon -- are laying fiber-optic cable and installing other equipment to meet an Oct. 2012 deadline set by Congress for establishing service throughout the underground rail system.
Metro agreed in 2008 to expand service as part of a funding deal with Congress. Previously, a long-standing contract with Verizon had limited underground service to its customers and Sprint users (who had to pay roaming charges).
Help us track how they're doing.
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