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    UK's O2 apologizes for smart phone service trouble

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    The head of mobile phone operator O2 has apologized to customers in the British capital who were unable to make calls after the group's network was swamped by people using smart phones such as Apple Inc.'s iPhone.

    In an interview published in the Financial Times newspaper on Tuesday, O2 Chief Executive Robert Dunne said some customers in London had periodically not been able to make or receive calls or transmit data because of pressure on the network from such smart phones.


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    So it seems that another carrier is feeling the data crunch that AT&T has been suffering through for the past few years. Maybe this will serve as a wakeup to all those folks slamming AT&T about network issues. (AT&T has FAR more iPhones on its network that any other carrier.)

    This leads me to ask the question... could anyone have foreseen how wildly popular the device would be? Especially after all of the Apps that have been developed? Especially since AT&T's 3G network allows for simultaneous voice and data?
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