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Trail Blazers Officials Say Moda Center's Free Wi-Fi Is Better, But Work Remains
Published November 6, 2013
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS: In DC, Dan Steinberg noted AT&T has made a "promise to help" with the Wi-Fi service at Verizon Center. AT&T in a statement said its Wi-Fi upgrade "enhances service in the concourse." Monumental Sports & Entertainment said that there "is not currently an agreement between AT&T and Verizon Center." However, officials are "actively working on a comprehensive upgrade inside the arena for all carriers" WASHINGTONPOST.com, 11/5).