Cleveland Cavaliers fans will be able to access the Internet on their laptops and personal digital assistants when they’re not watching LeBron James dominate the paint.
AT&T’s Wi-Fi service is available at the arena’s bars, restaurants, press lounge and work areas. The telecom company’s Wi-Fi service offers speeds that are up to 50 to 100 times faster than dial-up connections.
Patrons will be able to access the Internet by buying a $7.95 day pass at the arena for a 24-hour session. Or if someone is already an AT&T Wi-Fi monthly subscriber, that fan can automatically access the Internet at the arena or at more than 10,000 hot spots nationwide.