AT&T continues to spread the wireless love by hooking up both Pier 1 and the Prospect Park Picnic house with wireless internet. It’s part of the five-year plan with the city to provide free Wi-Fi at 26 locations in 20 New York City parks; just last month Herbert Von King in Bed Stuy and the McCarren Park Field House in Williamsburg were wired. Keep the hot spots coming!
Two Brooklyn Parks Now Wireless [Brownstoner]
Photo by wally g
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