The AFL grand final between Richmond and Adelaide last Saturday drew a sell-out crowd of more than 100,000 at the iconic MCG and generated a massive 3.1 terabytes of traffic on the Telstra mobile network.
Melbourne’s iconic sports stadium, the MCG, is taking steps to reduce queues and waiting times at food and drink outlets with the trial of a crowd intelligence system from global tech company WaitTime.
Fans at Saturday’s AFL grand final generated a massive 2.3 terabytes of traffic on the Telstra mobile network using their mobile phones and other devices to stream video, browse the Internet, upload photos to social media and receive and make telephone calls.
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