Sandy, the Atlantic superstorm that ravaged the east coast of the US, knocked out cable or phone connections to more than 1 million customers in the New York area and weakened wireless service from Virginia to Massachusetts.
About one-fourth of mobile-service transmitters failed in an area stretching from the coast of the northeastern US, where Sandy came ashore on October 29th, to inland West Virginia, Federal Communications Commission officials said in Washington.
“This was and still...
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