Phoenix Suns and Verizon Agree New Multi-Year Extension

By iSportconnect | November 5, 2014

National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise the Phoenix Suns has agreed a multi-year extension with American broadband and telecommunications company Verizon.

The agreement will see the Suns turn their US Airways Center into a ‘Technology Wonderland’.  The new agreement is built on a collaborative vision to integrate cutting-edge technology that creates a door-to-door fan experience.

As part of the extension, no rx the Suns and Verizon will launch a number of unique features within the team’s mobile app, viagra buy implement iBeacons at US Airways Center, and create a ‘mobile wallet’ that will house tickets, arena cash and other fan-friendly features.

“We take great pride in the fan experience we provide here at US Airways Center, and our new agreement with Verizon will take that to an unprecedented level,” said Jason Rowley, Suns president.

“Verizon has been an incredible partner in our efforts to remain at the forefront of technology in sports, and we’re looking forward to continuing that with them for the foreseeable future.”

In the coming weeks, fans that have downloaded the Suns mobile app, powered by Verizon, will be able to access on-demand replays and highlights, as well as live game action from several different camera angles throughout the arena.

The app will also allow fans to also view content on the new Suns digital network, RISE.

“Verizon is proud to continue our work with the Phoenix Suns.  This is much more than a sports sponsorship, it’s about working together to blaze new trails in technological innovation to deliver the best experience for fans and players,” said Andrés Irlando, president, Verizon Wireless’ Southwest Region.

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