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Super Bowl power outage sets mobile traffic record for AT&T
AT&T Inc., the nation's second-largest wireless carrier, broke a record in mobile traffic during Sunday's Super Bowl power outage, the Washington Post reported.
Customers of AT&T used 78 gigabytes of data inside the New Orleans Superdome during the span covering the halftime show and the power disruption during the Feb. 3 game. This was the most ever for an in-stadium championship game. Data traffic has doubled every year since 2007, the company said a year ago.
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