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NFL Examines Stadium WiFi Analytics

With help of Extreme Networks, the National Football League is probing app- and data-usage patterns as teams network their stadiums.

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D. Henschen
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1/21/2014 | 8:13:33 PM
Crazy Question
What's the old saying? If you have to ask the price, you probably can't afford it. In the New York area where I live, Giants fans actually paid thousands of dollars just for a "seat license" that gives you the right to spend even more money buying the actual tickets. I'll watch it on TV, thank you very much.
PaulS681
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1/18/2014 | 2:57:28 PM
Re: Why fi?
Interesting point about costs. Is it really going to be free or passed down to ticket prices? What a crazy question... Nothing is free.
PaulS681
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1/18/2014 | 2:55:03 PM
Wifi
 

The free wifi would be a good perk. Even with 4g sometimes the video streaming isn't as good as a Wifi connection. I'm not sure how that can help determine concession service levels. I'm sure there is data that can be collected; I'm just not seeing it right now.
DemetriT815
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1/17/2014 | 4:27:30 PM
Why fi?
Screw the Wifi. How about charging less for beer? 
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