Taylor Swift holds a guitar on stage at the Eras Tour with lots of people behind her.
Look at all those people using mobile broadband. | Photo by Emma McIntyre/TAS23/Getty Images for TAS Rights Management

Taylor Swift’s juggernaut Eras Tour warps culture wherever it goes. We’ve seen everything from pure economic impact to a delightful fan cam arms race to record-setting concert film numbers. And now we know that all those fans are using absolutely vast amounts of data during the show as well: AT&T’s network alone moved 28.9 terabytes of data during the busiest day of Taylor’s three-day tour stop at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, according to data the carrier has shared exclusively with The Verge. The company estimates 1TB of data represents about 200,000 photos or 400 hours of video moving across its network; 28.9TB is a staggering amount of photo and video sharing.

That’s the most data AT&T’s network has moved at any stadium for any e…

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