Attendees at Ohio State football games often lose the ability to call and text when 100,000 people descend on the stadium.
That's because cell service can't keep up, but things could soon change according to Verizon.
The Verizon company is working with Ohio State to improve the service around the Horseshoe and prevent outages.
The entire project may take several years, but people attending the football games should see improvements by next season.
Once it's complete, Verizon said it will share the technology with other providers.
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