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Mount Everest gets 3G network

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  • Mount Everest gets 3G network

    Do mountain climbers need hook-up on the mountain with a Yeti or find the nearest Climb Bar? LOL
    According to Mashable, visitors of Mount Everest can now surf the web or place calls trough a standard GSM 3G network. This means that visitors are no longer limited to satellite phones to communicate with those at the bottom of the mountain who were too chicken to make the vertical hike.
    YouTube - Veikka Gustafsson talks about communication in the mountains
    Now climbers are becoming lazy, lol
    Source: 3G now available on Mount Everest

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