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Mastering Your Mobile Experience While At The Masters

Are you heading to Augusta for the upcoming Masters Golf tournament? If so, cell phones are not allowed on the course, so you’re going to be incommunicado for many hours. When you finally leave the course, you want to be confident you’re going to experience excellent coverage.

Thankfully, M2Catalyst, a leader in reporting the mobile experience of consumers, has created a map that shows the mobile coverage in different areas of Augusta. The map is based on data collected from thousands of mobile devices and can help you identify areas with good and bad mobile coverage. With this information, you can plan your itinerary and choose the best places to stay connected during the tournament.

If you’re planning to explore the City of Augusta, you may want to pay special attention to the green areas of the map and stay within those in order to ensure you have a good mobile experience. Areas with poor mobile coverage on the map (indicated in red) have weaker signal strength or slower data speeds, making it harder to stay connected. If you're staying in these areas, you may want to consider alternative ways to stay connected, such as using Wi-Fi hotspots or offline apps.

Overall, the M2Catalyst map can be a valuable tool for mobile consumers heading to Augusta for the Masters Golf tournament. By using the map to identify areas with good and bad mobile coverage, you can stay connected and enjoy the tournament to the fullest. So be sure to check out the map before you head to Augusta, and plan your mobile experience masterfully!

Coverage ranges from poor to excellent with red representing poor coverage and green excellent.

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