Free Wi-Fi in public areas is always something worth welcoming, especially in this day and age where most of us already own at least one device that has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity. Well, you can add another two venues to the list – Central Park Zoo and Brooklyn’s Fort Green Park, which will be on the receiving end of free AT&T Wi-Fi. These two are the 18th and 19th New York City park locations to turn on free AT&T Wi-Fi service. You can say that AT&T’s benevolence in this matter has definitely kept park visitors happy – even in the off-season, parks visitors actually made over 4,000 connections each day.
Those paying a visit to the Wi-Fi enabled parks in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park can access Wi-Fi near the visitor’s center, while the Central Park site joins Mineral Springs, Tavern on the Green and AT&T’s seasonal Summer Stage deployment at Rumsey Playfield. I would personally advocate for one to remain disconnected at the park and connect to nature instead. Don’t you think those emails can wait? [Press Release]
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