When Taylor Swift was on her North American Eras Tour, her fans utilized record amounts of data.
During her visit in Arlington, Texas, a whopping 29 gigabytes of glitter passed through AT&T's network, and Swifties broke data use records practically everywhere else.
Everywhere Taylor Swift goes on her massive Eras Tour, culture is warped.
We've witnessed everything from breathtaking concert film numbers to pure economic impact and a fun fan cam arms race.
Furthermore, we now know that all of those followers are utilizing astronomically large quantities of data while the show is going on
Data that AT&T has given exclusively with The Verge indicates that on the busiest day of Taylor's three-day tour stop at AT&T Stadium in Arlington
Texas, the network alone moved 28.9 terabytes of data.
According to the corporation, 1TB of data is equivalent to around 200,000 photos or 400 hours of video that are shared over the network
28.9TB is a remarkable quantity of images and videos shared.
The average Cowboys game day at the stadium transports nearly 21 terabytes of data
according to AT&T, making that the most data the firm has moved at any stadium for any event this year.
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