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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 08 / 16

7 – Terabytes of data racked up by fans at Levi's Stadium on the Verizon network on Super Bowl 50 game day. Verizon customers at the '15 Super Bowl at Univ. of Phoenix Stadium used 4.1 terabytes, while fans at the '14 game at MetLife Stadium used 1.9 terabytes ( Verizon Wireless ).

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