AT&T to provide free hot spots in New York City parks
AT&T will eventually provide free Wi-Fi hot spots in 20 New York City
public parks to support a new digital road map for the New York metropolitan
area, Government Technology reported.
Users won't have to be AT&T customers, there won't be ads, a log-in registration won't be required, but users must agree to terms of service, the article states.
The city's Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications has
been working with private-sector carriers to bring Wi-Fi to more public
spaces, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said, Government Technology continued.
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