Fans of 49ers football just got more access to the team – virtually, at least – thanks to a major partnership with one of the nation's media giants.Comcast, NBCUniversal and the 49ers jointly announced on Thursday a 10-year partnership with the aim of delivering an "unmatched in-stadium fan experience." "The mission for Levi's Stadium has always been to create an unparalleled game day experience through the use of innovative technology," 49ers CEO Jed York said. "Comcast is the perfect partner to help us achieve that goal, as the services they provide will allow our fans to customize their individual stadium experience through the use of their own mobile devices." Together with the 49ers, the off-the-field media team says it will make fan experience Inside Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara like no other. "Somebody makes a play on the field and you can instantly look up their stats, replays, see what's going on with that game. Any information you want will be at your fingertips," said Ted Girdner, vice president of Comcast California.DOWNLOAD THE NEWS RELEASE ON THE PARTNERSHIPHere are some of the specific highlights about the partnership: Comcast Business Ethernet: Comcast...