Get Some Fresh Air And Free Wi-Fi At NYC Parks

If you’re living the startup life, spending days at a time cooped up in your office is nothing new. AT&T wants to get you out of that cramped space and into the wide open parks of New York City for some well-deserved sunlight and fresh air.

The carrier just announced that it’s providing free Wi-Fi at five additional parks: Astoria Park in Queens, Clove Lakes Park in Staten Island, Herbert Von King Park and McCarren Park Field House in Brooklyn, and Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan. This is part of the city’s plan to bring free wireless to 20 parks scattered among the five boroughs.

What’s great about this is it gives all New Yorkers, startups included, a chance to enjoy the open spaces of the city without going offline and missing out on work. So if you’re tired of the crawling internet at your local Starbucks and feel that you’re growing roots sitting on your ergonomic chair, you might want to take up AT&T’s offer of connecting to the web at your nearest park.

Via: Betabeat

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  • Go Zone Wifi

    That’s great, but when will be it available in Pelham Bay Park, Bronx . I resides nearby the same. It’s really great of having free wi-fi services in NYC parks.