New Yorkers can now utilize their time on the subway checking e-mail and surfing browsing the web with free wireless network. Starting today, Google provides sponsoring free Wi-Fi through Boingo wireless in six MTA subway stations and more than 200 famous locations across New York City.
We are happy our riders will be able to find free Wi-Fi this summer in six subway stations to stay connected while there are underground, as told MTA director of strategic initiatives Jerome Page in a statement. He also told that reliable Wi-Fi has a significant impact for especially for straphangers in New York City subway stations.
Google is offering the Web giant’s deals service, which sells online coupons for hotels, restaurants, shopping and for many other activities.
It works in New York City along with 39 other Cities through out the U.S. sponsoring free Wi-FI as a marketing move makes sense for Google; it’s not just advertising its offers service, it is also making it simple and easy for the users to purchase its deals. Fallowing are the subway stations that provide free wireless.
- A, C,E station at Eighth Avenue and West 14th street
- L station at Eighth avenue and west 14th street
- 1,2,3 station at seventh Avenue and west 23rd street
- C, E station at Eighth Avenue and West 23rd Street
- F,M station at 6th Avenue and west 14th street
- L station at 6th Avenue and west 14th street
The free Wi-Fi kick off started today and will remain September 7. This is only the starting of a colossal rollout of accessible wireless Wi-Fi in New York of U.S. “36 stations will have Wi-Fi by the end of year with times square, Rockefeller Center and Columbus Circle. And in the upcoming five years, wireless will become available about in 300 stations, which an average of 1.6 billion passengers squeezing through every year.
After coming September, the Wi-Fi will no longer be free” as told by Boingo. Boingo and Google provides collaboration arrives as news that accessing wireless networks is about to find lot easier.
In March the Wi-Fi wireless Broadband Alliance has declared a partnership designed to make easier way in which smartphones and tablets link to Wi-Fi hot spots cutting down on confusing setting reconfiguration and maze-like web access.