Bad WiFi connections are bad news for...

Bad WiFi connections are bad news for theme parks

What is the most important thing for theme parks to be building these days? New roller coasters? Air-conditioned dark rides? Themed restaurants? While I, and many fans, would welcome any of these additions, I suspect that the one thing we would value over any other improvement at this point would be a lightning-fast and always-reliable WiFi network. As much as people love princesses and "happily ever afters," the real Fantasyland I want to visit is the one where my mobile phone gets a 50+ Mbps WiFi connection that never drops.

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