Colts plan better Wi-Fi reception at Lucas Oil Stadium

The Indianapolis Star

The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday that they are teaming up with team wireless service provider Verizon to boost the Wi-Fi capacity at Lucas Oil Stadium by 300%. The new system is designed to perform in dense environments, and will be available to about 75% of fans for Sunday's Colts home opener against the Atlanta Falcons. The 600 level will see Wi-Fi improvements later in the season. The system upgrade costs about $7 million, with costs shared by the team, the Capital Improvement Board and Verizon, the team said in a statement. Also, new 5G technology will be rolled out at Lucas Oil during the season.

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