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Manhattan Subway Riders: Can You Hear Me Now?

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Manhattan Subway Riders: Can You Hear Me Now?

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Manhattan Subway Riders: Can You Hear Me Now?

Manhattan Subway Riders: Can You Hear Me Now?

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Next week, some New York City subway riders will be able to chat on their cell phones while waiting for a train. Transportation officials are rolling out that service in several stations in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. It will only work for customers of AT&T and T-Mobile. There are plans to expand the service.

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