London mobile networks jammed, report

Jul 07 2005 - 10:10 AM ET | In The News
Early this morning, during the height of rush hour, London's mass transit was bombed in what appears to be a coordinated terrorist attack. The BBC is reporting that mobile networks inside London have been operating at peak capacity since the attacks. Carrier giant Vodafone says that some of their network capacity has been specially reserved for emergency workers and that some of their regular customers have had a hard time getting through. Conventionally in situations like this SMS is the best way to get a message through.