AT&T boosts coverage at Hard Rock Stadium for Dolphins home opener

Dolphins fans used 2.13 terabytes of AT&T data at Sunday’s home opener in Miami Gardens — or the equivalent of 6.1 million football selfies, AT&T officials announced Tuesday.

AT&T said Tuesday it expanded coverage at Hard Rock Stadium before Sunday’s game.

Miami Dolphins fans cheer during their game against the Cleveland Browns Sunday September 25, 2016 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post)

Miami Dolphins fans cheer during their game against the Cleveland Browns Sunday September 25, 2016 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post)

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (11), scores the first touchdown of the game against Cleveland Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun (20), during first quarter action of their NFL game Sunday September 25, 2016 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post)

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker (11), scores the first touchdown of the game against Cleveland Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun (20), during first quarter action of their NFL game Sunday September 25, 2016 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post)

The company said it installed a new outdoor antenna system at the stadium before Sunday’s game.

The new equipment is expanding coverage in the southwest parking lot for tailgaters, the company said.

“We continually invest in our South Florida networks to deliver a great experience for our customers,” said AT&T Florida President Joe York. “We want them to be able to use their mobile device wherever they live, work, or play.”

 

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