At last year’s Super Bowl in Phoenix, people in the stadium uploaded 696GB of data on AT&T’s network alone. That’s the equivalent of 1.9 million photos posted on social media. This month, at Levi’s Stadium in the heart of Silicon Valley, the mobile carriers, with an assist from Comcast Wi-Fi, are ready.
“When Super Bowl festivities start in the Bay Area this weekend, attendees will want to share their adventures with friends, family members and strangers who couldn’t score a (very pricey) ticket. Hashtag blessed. Around 75,000 people will cram into Levi’s Stadium for the game on Feb. 7.”