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Hosting the Super Bowl supercharges a city’s network for years to come

Cities will compete to host the Super Bowl, in some cases using public money to fund a brand-new stadium in hopes of attracting the NFL. But while it's well-documented that hosting a Super Bowl is good for tourism and great for the mayor's political ambitions, there's one more benefit that's often overlooked: Hosting the Super Bowl will transform a city's wireless network for years to come.
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