ATT today announced visitors to New York City's popular High Line can now stay connected with free Wi-Fi service between 14th and 16th Streets. The elevated park on the west side of Manhattan becomes the twenty-first New York City park to offer free connections as part of ATT's Wi-Fi in the Parks initiative. Here's more info:
Launched three years ago, Wi-Fi in the Parks allows all smartphone and tablet users regardless of carrier to connect to the AT&T Wi-Fi network. Park visitors averaged 10,000 connections per day in 2013 and have made 9.5 million connections since the initiative began.
In addition to the High Line, park lovers can find free AT&T Wi-Fi at the following locations throughout the city:
Battery Park Central Park (multiple locations) Foley Square High Line Holcombe Rucker Park Marcus Garvey Park Thomas Jefferson Park Tompkins Square Park Brooklyn:
Brooklyn Bridge Park Piers 1, 5 and 6 Fort Greene Park Herbert Von King Park McCarren Park Field House Prospect Park Picnic House Queens:
Astoria Park Queens Zoo MacDonald Park Staten Island:
Clove Lakes Park FDR Boardwalk Bronx:
Devoe Park Hunts Point Riverside Park Joyce Kilmer Park