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NextGen FASTPASS testing to resume in September
Aug 14, 2012 | 11:26am EDT
Disney is set to resume testing of its NextGen FASTPASS+ system in September of this year.
remember back in May of this year
, a limited number of tests were carried out with the new RFID FASTPASS systems. It is anticipated that this time the test will be taken further, involving the
new park Wi-Fi service
and the 'My Disney Experience' smartphone app, which was
recently released in beta form
. In recent weeks Disney has been busy installing new RFID readers at entrances to many attractions as part of the new system.
NextGen FASTPASS testing expands to Disney's Hollywood Studios next
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