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The crowd may have been smaller this year. Fans may have watched in different ways. But when it came to the biggest game of the football season, AT&T had its customers covered at the stadium like no one else.

The star of the game was AT&T 5G+, which provided fans with super-fast speeds both inside the stadium and out. And it made its stellar debut when stacked up against the competition.

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But our game day data highlights don’t stop there. Check this out:

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Establishing those connections when they matter most is what AT&T is all about. While more than 7,000 first responders and essential workers attended the game as honored guests; AT&T was providing critical connections to hundreds of first responders at the stadium and around the Tampa area. AT&T teams deployed Band 14 spectrum (public safety’s “VIP lane”) across Tampa in the months before the game and brought in Cell on Wheels (COWs) and Cell on Light Trucks (COLTs) for added connectivity.

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But the game plan for AT&T was not just about what we could do to boost connectivity on game day, but to take connectivity in the Tampa market to the next level. Our All-Star team in Tampa made a commitment to upgrade our network to give our customers there a best-in-class wireless experience. In the past 18 months we:

Creating connections for football’s biggest games and life’s biggest moments – for first responders and families – is at the core of AT&T’s commitment to our customers. Once again, we showed that when our network is called upon, it delivers impressive performances.

*Total data from 10 AM-1 AM on Sunday, February 7 in and around the stadium.