Madison Square Garden, Chase Center, Pepsi Center and Talking Stick Resort Arena are getting 5G.
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Now, Verizon says its
network will also be live at 10 arenas by the end of the 2019-20 season.
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"Having this next-generation technology in large venues like arenas should not only enhance the game-day experience for sports fans, but provide greater bandwidth for concert-goers, visitors or businesses working inside the venue," said Heidi Hemmer, VP of Technology at Verizon.
Football stadiums that have 5G from Verizon include Gillette Stadium (New England Patriots), MetLife Stadium (New York Giants and New York Jets), Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Dolphins), Broncos Stadium at Mile High (Denver Broncos), CenturyLink Field (Seattle Seahawks), Soldier Field (Chicago Bears), U.S. Bank Stadium (Minnesota Vikings), Bank of America Stadium (Carolina Panthers), Ford Field (Detroit Lions), Lucas Oil Stadium (Indianapolis Colts), M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore Ravens) and NRG Stadium (Houston Texans).