WiFi or Mobile Signals At Rent?

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Just wondering if there is a sufficient Verizon mobile or Xfinity hotspot to stream video. Probably Blue Lot area. Gonna have time to kill tomorrow.
 
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It was really bad last week (Verizon signal) - I couldn't even get ESPN to load scores while I was waiting to get in.
 

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Comes down to how many people in the lots.
 
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Hmmm was hoping I could stream instead of setting up an antenna. I guess it would be a big undertaking to provide enough bandwidth to feed the lots.
 

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I’ve never seen WiFi available... cell phones, it depends, but I was able to manage it a few weeks ago to stream video to TV successfully during our tailgate.
 
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I’ve never seen WiFi available... cell phones, it depends, but I was able to manage it a few weeks ago to stream video to TV successfully during our tailgate.
No WiFi that I know of.
 
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The hotspots are probably too far and limited to a home router range. Going to look into a simple OTA option for USF Game. Prob converter box to 24in PC monitor w/compact antenna. Should work fine. Dont want to waste more than 5-10 minutes on setup.
 
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Verizon has a new unlimited plan where u can essentially buy priority on the network....no more waiting for scores to load at halftime anymore! Bump all you cheapo’s who don’t pay the extra $10!!
 

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