Super Bowl XLVII set a new record for mobile data use during a championship game in a stadium. As Bloomberg reported, during the halftime show and power disruption football fans in the Superdome used 78 gigabytes of data. That is equivalent to posting 234,000 photos to social media platforms or the equivalent of streaming high-definition video nonstop for 10 days. Total mobile data use at the game reached 388 gigabytes, 80% higher than last year’s game.
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