MGM Resorts' New Free Wi-Fi Now Available at Las Vegas Hotels

Las Vegas StripMGM Resorts International, Mobilitie, LLC, and Cisco Systems have developed Wi-Fi access throughout MGM Resorts International destinations with the completion of the roll out at Monte Carlo, New York-New York, Luxor and Excalibur. The installations cover the low-rise public spaces, including pools, casinos, lobbies and restaurants.

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The Wi-Fi was installed at Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay as well as THEhotel, and The Mirage, all completed at the end of 2012. The Wi-Fi at ARIA, Vdara and The Shops at Crystals, which launched with CityCenter’s opening in 2009, has been integrated with the new system so guests have connection to Wi-Fi when traveling from resort to resort and the same customizable Wi-Fi experience and bandwidth options.

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In addition, MGM Resorts International developed design and install this next-generation, dependable system that can service the millions of guests, visitors and conference goers who pass through these properties annually. To accomplish this, the Company worked with the top technology partners who have proven experience in deploying dynamic, customer-centric Wi-Fi service on a large scale. As you may know, not all Wi-Fi is created equal.

While visiting any of these MGM Resorts destinations, guests receive complimentary Wi-Fi in the public spaces with the option to upgrade to higher bandwidth.

The multi-resort rollout delivers Wi-Fi features that provide:

•    Wi-Fi roaming and interconnection among MGM Resorts properties in Las Vegas 
•    Power to the most demanding mobile device apps to further engage, entertain and enhance guest experience 
•    High-performance, tiered Wi-Fi services at individual user speeds, up to 10 Mbps for convention attendees 
•    Up to 30 percent faster connectivity 

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