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It's 3G


The article mentions a network center located in Munich's central station, from which traffic is distributed to the four network operators. This and the fact they are running just 20 basestations sounds like the underground network is being widely shared. But to what extent? Are there 20 locations at which every provider has his own BTS/NodeB or are they even sharing those?


It's def 3G and great to use


Although there are still some white spots, I get a pretty decent 3G signal most of the time. It seems as if they have forgotten some remote tunnels.

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