Complaints about dead zones, the inability to make or receive calls, and the slow sending and receiving of texts ends as AT&T partners with Disney Parks. The recent announcement that AT&T is the official wireless provider for Disney Parks means a better experience when connecting to mobile devices at Walt Disney World and Disneyland.
“This is a great combination,” said Andy Geisse, Chief Executive Officer for AT&T Business Solutions. “It’s a chance to bring AT&T’s fastest and most reliable 4G LTE network and mobile connectivity to one of the most creative companies on earth. We’re excited, and I’m confident Disney’s guests and Cast Members are going to be thrilled with the experience we deliver.”
Here’s a look at seven of the major improvements that are being made through this partnership that aim to eliminate dead zones, dropped calls, and slow connectivity so visitors can share photos through social networks, check ride wait times, and still make calls when visiting the happiest place on Earth.
Images courtesy of AT&T
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