(Toronto) Rogers Communications announced Monday that customers of all major Canadian wireless carriers can now connect to its 5G wireless network in the busiest sections of the Toronto subway.

The telecommunications giant said subway riders could connect to its 5G network in Line 1 stations and tunnels from Union Station to St. George and Bloor-Yonge stations, as well as Spadina and Dupont. This zone encompasses all subway stations in the heart of downtown Toronto.

Users will also be able to access the network at 13 Line 2 stations along Bloor Street from Keele to Castle Frank stations, as well as in the tunnels between St. George and Yonge stations.

Rogers acquired the metro system’s cellular network from BAI Canada earlier this year and is working to upgrade it.

The service to all carriers comes after months of tense negotiations between Rogers and rivals Bell and Telus over the best technical approach, as well as financial terms, to provide coverage.

The federal government had set Tuesday as the deadline for all TTC subway passengers to have cellular connectivity, regardless of their carrier. He also set a Dec. 20 deadline for companies to negotiate commercial deals to provide long-term subway service.