Dallas Enhances Seamless Wireless Network & Mobile App

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has once again expanded its on-campus free Wi-Fi and cellular service, which is compatible with all major cell phone carriers including AT&T, Verizon and others. The enhanced wireless service will also support the usability of the recently updated Dallas Market App, which now features a more than 120 percent increase in product categories. These updates are available to buyers and exhibitors attending the current Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, running through today.

The Dallas Market App has now been updated to include live data that can be set to automatically refresh each time the app is opened, so that information can update in real-time. Other new features include calendar integration, improved maps, quick searching, screen rotation, shuttle and DART rail information and social media integration.

"The combination of the Dallas Market App and our ever-improving Wi-Fi coverage allows buyers a complete market resource in the palm of their hands," said Cindy Morris, COO, Dallas Market Center. "Our continuing goal is to offer attendees the most efficient marketplace to do business."

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