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Sandy seen costing telco, cable hundreds of millions of dollars
- Subject: Sandy seen costing telco, cable hundreds of millions of dollars
- From: Vinny_Abello at Dell.com (Vinny_Abello at Dell.com)
- Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2012 22:33:52 +0000
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Agreed... I live in the same general vicinity in NJ as Alex and ATT service was pretty much non-existent anywhere there was no power from what I experienced. I have friends on Verizon to whom I've spoken and they didn't seem to notice as large of an impact at all on their cellular service.
From: Alex Rubenstein [mailto:alex at corp.nac.net]
Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 9:39 AM
To: 'nanog at jima.tk'; 'nanog at nanog.org'
Subject: Re: Sandy seen costing telco, cable hundreds of millions of dollars
Probably ATT. Many areas of NJ had zero service from them for days.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jima <nanog at jima.tk>
To: nanog <nanog at nanog.org>
Sent: Wed Nov 07 09:32:25 2012
Subject: RE: Sandy seen costing telco, cable hundreds of millions of dollars
On Tuesday, 2012-11-06, Frank Bulk wrote:
> So which wireless carrier is bringing down the average to 81%?
A quick skim of the article (again,
) makes me suspect AT&T. They're mentioned twice in other context, but
there's not a sites-online statistic for them.
I suppose it's worth noting that this wouldn't be the first time they've
caught flak for their (in)ability to cover NYC sufficiently.