4 Ways to Elevate Super Bowl Sunday with Wireless

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Are you ready for this weekend’s big match up? It’s no surprise that the Super Bowl is one of the most viewed programs in the United States, as approximately two-thirds of Americans watched last year’s game. Whether you’re heading to Arizona or planning to watch from the comfort of your home, there are plenty of ways to improve your Super Bowl Sunday experience with wireless.

Stream the Game: Many Americans have cut the cord, changing the landscape of connectivity to more mobile-friendly streaming. A Pew Research study notes that the share of Americans who say they watch television via cable or satellite has plunged from 76% in 2015 to 56% in 2021. If you’re among the cord-cutters, you can watch the game from anywhere on apps like Hulu, YouTube TV and FOX Sports. Here’s how to stream Super Bowl 2023 live to catch all of the iconic commercials, see the eagerly awaited half-time show, and watch the game.

Download Rideshare Apps: Before you head to your friend’s Super Bowl party or your favorite watch spot, download a rideshare app to ensure you have a safe and responsible ride home from the palm of your hand. These apps have drivers available across the majority of the country, so all you have to do is find the app that works best for you.

Put Yourself in the Game: Grab your cellphone or tablet and put yourself in the game with mobile android gaming apps (iPhone too) that let you customize team, player, and helmet. The Retro Bowl in particular lives up to its name with retro graphics and simple roster management, all with the ultimate goal of winning the Super Bowl. Even if your team doesn’t win the big game on Sunday, you can still win at any time with wireless.

Order Game Day Food: Bring your Super Bowl viewing experience to the next level by using your phone or tablet to order your favorite game day grub right to your doorstep. No Super Bowl party is complete without the snacks.

Attending the Game in Person? Here’s a Two-Point Conversion:

Use a Mobile Wallet: If you are traveling to the game, your smartphone’s mobile wallet can securely host your airline and game tickets. This contactless option increases convenience, is faster to use, and is more secure than physical cards due to passcode and face recognition technology. Feeling nostalgic and want to keep the ticket stub as a memento? Consider creating a custom album on your iPhone or android to keep all of your event ticket stubs in one place.

Expect Faster Coverage: Wireless providers AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon are boosting networks in anticipation of increased mobile data traffic. (Thanks, spectrum!) This means increased network capacity and faster coverage for the stadium and surrounding areas to both serve fans and increase public safety. The network improvements that will stick around long after the game ends. And although the Indianapolis Colts aren’t playing, there are COLTs (cells on light trucks) on standby in case they’re needed and flying cell on wheels (COWs) to further increase capacity.