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Same thing in the Berlin U-Bahn: no UMTS/LTE in sight, EDGE completely overloaded. Operators say it's too expensive to upgrade their installations...

Hristo Ivanov

Here in Sofia's metro we have UMTS, but I suppose it's because it's a new project and the metro system is small - only 2 lines, criss-crossing the city.

I guess for cities as large as Paris and Berlin it's too expensive, as Tobias said.



But then, those cities are a lot bigger, with more people using the
metros and bigger telecom operators with a larger customer base. So that
should not be the problem. Otherwise, China would not have mobile
networks as it is much bigger than most other countries.


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