Las Vegas Strip gets public WiFi hosted by Vegas Media Networks

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Millions of Las Vegas Strip pedestrians can now access free public WiFi and offering show tickets, celebrity news, city nightlife, and attractions.

Vegas Media Networks has launched sponsored public WiFi on the famous Las Vegas Strip that hosts over 155 million pedestrians annually. The WiFi coverage area is a 4 mile stretch that runs from the Wynn Hotel (Sands Ave) to the Mandalay Bay Hotel. On New Year's Eve Las Vegas Blvd is closed to allow over 340,000 spectators the opportunity to watch the fireworks spectacular. This network will enable merchants to connect with visitors like never before by using advanced technologies for streaming content and offers. Pedestrians can simply connect by looking for the "Free Vegas WiFi" SSID name on their devices.

With over 41,000 pedestrians per hour walking the Strip, public WiFi demand and access to usage should be strong . Because the WiFi network is expensive, Vegas Media Networks is counting on sponsors to help offset costs. Since there is an unprecedented public reach that has the potential of over 4 million media impressions per day, sponsors should have interest.

The WiFi will also give visitors access to the website providing pedestrians access to a multitude of useful features such as celebrity news & entertainment, tickets to shows, concerts, and sports as well as tours & attractions.

About Vegas Media Networks

Vegas Media Networks manages the free public WiFi covering the Las Vegas Strip on Las Vegas Boulevard from Sands Ave to Mandalay Bay Road. VMN coordinates with sponsors to participate in ad insertions within the Las Vegas Live platform.

For more information: info(at)LasVegas-Live(dot)com or 1-855-552-5577

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