Sprint ready for Super Bowl 2009 they say

Jan 16 2009, 2:00pm CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

Sprint ready for Super Bowl 2009 they say
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Sprint, the official wireless telecommunications service sponsor of the National Football League (NFL), announced today that they have improved the network in the Tampa, Fla. area this year to be ready for Super Bowl 2009.
Sprint's capital deployments to enhance its wireless networks included more than $49 million throughout Florida in 2008, including more than $11 million in the greater Tampa area.The network improvements help ensure coverage, capacity and network dependability during Super Bowl week for Sprint customers and the NFL at Raymond James Stadium, throughout Tampa and along Interstate 4 up to Orlando.
More than 70,000 fans are expected to attend Super Bowl XLIII at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and millions of viewers are expected to tune in to The Big Game with family and friends.

Super Bowl 2009 will be happening on Sunday February 1st. This Super Bowl is a treat for geeks that is why we will cover it even more than in 2008. Despite the recession a 30 second Super Bowl Ad costs about $3m and there should be lots of must see Commercials again. There will be for instance the first 3D Super Bowl Ads and lots of Super Bowl Ads featuring new 2009 Sci-fi Movies including the new Star Trek and the next Transformers movie. So make sure you have your Super Bowl sized LCD HDTV and NFL Gear ready.

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