T-Mobile Introduces Wireless Service on Boston’s Blue and Green T Lines

By Michael Acampora on 29 March 2012
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T-Mobile has introduced wireless service on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Blue (pictured) and Green T lines in Boston.

The partnership between T-Mobile, the MBTA, and InSite Wireless will bring service to Boston stations including Fenway Park, TD Garden, Copley Square, and Boston Common.

Service is available on the Green Line from Park Street to Kenmore Station, and on the Blue Line from the State Street Station to the New England Aquarium, Boston Harbor to Maverick, and continuing to Logan Airport.

T-Mobile now covers 13 miles and 26 stops of the MBTA. The company first brought service to the T in 2007, and has plans to expand to all Boston-area subway lines.

(Photo: Adam E. Moreira)

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