June 5, 2014
One of the doubts that exists regarding the Brazil 2014 World Cup has to do with the Internet connections that the venues where the contest will take place will have.
For this reason, the Union of Telephone Companies of Brazil (Sinditelebrasil) announced that at least six stadiums will have Wi-Fi wireless connection available to all audiences. These are Maracaná, from Rio de Janeiro; Mané Garrincha, from Brasilia; Arena Pantanal, from Cuiabá; Beira Rio, from Porto Alegre; Arena Fonte Nova, from Salvador de Bahia; and Arena Amazonas, from Manaus.
Regarding the rest of the venues that will not have Wi-Fi, the president of the union, Eduardo Levy, explained that “the difficulties to install the Wi-Fi network in time originated in negotiation problems between the telephone companies and the stadiums, whose owners – the State in some cases and the clubs in others – must authorize the installation of the connection equipment ».
via Half of the World Cup stadiums will have Wi-Fi for the public – Ferplei.
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