Cell networks strained, not broken on Inauguration Day

Cellular networks in Washington, D.C., were strained by the estimated 2 million people who gathered on the National Mall to witness President Barack Obama's inauguration Tuesday. But despite scattered reports of service outages and the unusually high volumes, the major operators reported no severe disruptions in service. Article

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