We've got some great news for New Yorkers. Starting today, free Wi-Fi and cell service is available in 30 more subway stations across the city. At the moment, however, underground cell service is limited to those with AT&T and T-Mobile plans. According to Eric Limer at Gizmodo:
Previously, Wi-Fi was available at a handful of stations on the L and C/E lines, but starting today, it can be found at locations like Times Square, Columbus Circle and other stops on the West Side from 18th to 96th street in the from of free, corporate-sponsored Boingo hotspots.
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The Transit Authority will continue to roll out Wi-Fi to stations in Midtown, Queens, the Bronx, and is projecting to have Wi-Fi in every subway station by 2016.