Carolina Panthers NFL fans and people attending other events at the 70,000-seat Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte will have access to the Internet through hundreds of “hot spots” this season.
AT&T (NYSE: T) says it has added more than 460 access points for Wi-Fi access, and the service will be free.
No setup or log-in will be required for fans who have Wi-Fi equipped devices, AT&T says.
“Fans come to Bank of America Stadium looking for a fully engaged game day experience, and with the availability of AT&T Wi-Fi throughout the venue, now they can combine the excitement of cheering on their favorite team with having real-time stats, access to popular social media and all their favorite apps right at their fingertips,” said Danny Morrison, president of Carolina Panthers, in the announcement. “Adding AT&T Wi-Fi to Bank of America Stadium will continue to enhance the fan experience.”
AT&T also offers a Wi-Fi “Hot Zone” in downtown Charlotte.