AT&T makes it easier for customers to ignore the game at Fenway
AT&T says it's dramatically boosted its wireless broadband capacity in the vicinity of Fenway Park, meaning customers are less likely to strike out while trying to make phone calls or getting online during games.
The company says it did this by adding a distributed antenna system to the area around the park.
"We want our customers to have a great network experience whatever they're doing - whether that's making a call, checking e-mail, downloading apps or surfing the Internet," Steve Krom, vice president and general manager of AT&T New England, said in a statement.
A company spokesman was unable to say exactly how much extra Pink Hat capacity the company added.