Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city will try to root out cell phone dead spots by asking people to report places where they can’t get service.
“Cell phones generally provide a great service,” Bloomberg said Monday. “The trouble is that every once in a while cell phones don’t work — and cell phones don’t work exactly at the wrong time, or in places that you are, and it’s very annoying.”
My spin: No cell phone dead spots in NYC? What great news. But I wonder how long it will take to make NYC a “dead spot” free zone. Guess what…I just realized that this and other improvements could all be part of an upgrade for the Republican National Convention next year.
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