A test conducted by Global Wireless Solutions found that the cellular deployment in New York subways remains lacking.
The two companies have a goal to bring wireless service to as many as 242 additional subway stations.
Phase Two of an ongoing rollout will push mobile access to several stations across midtown Manhattan before heading over to Queens.
Tucked away inside New York City's 42nd Street Grand Central subway station is a novel sight: a series of computerized maps with interactive touch screen.
As part of a Russian campaign to make citizens healthier, riders who buy a ticket at Vystavochnaya station in western Moscow have the option of paying in squats.
Cellular voice and data services will be available across 36 subway stops.
New York's Christopher Street subway station sees the latest fatality to result from someone chasing a dropped cell phone on rail tracks.
New York's Metropolitan Transit Authority beefs up wireless network to 36 stations.
Getting around the New York City subway system is about to get a lot more hands-on with the introduction of 47-inch touch screens to help folks find their way.
The New York City subway system is replacing many of its old maps with 47-inch interactive touch screens that will help get riders to their destinations in high-tech style.