AT&T provides unlimited free Wi-Fi connectivity to all users at all times. Take advantage of free WiFi offered by a NYC Parks partner organization. Visit the AT&T New York City Center or AT&T New York City Public Library locations for a password and instructions on how to connect to the network.
AT provides free Wi-Fi connectivity for all customers at all times. Cablevision's Optimum Online and Time Warner Cable broadband customers get unlimited access at all times. Visit the AT store, or download the AT App to your smartphone for access codes to use during your visit or while you are away from your computer.
WiFi is free at Washington Square Park. You can connect to the internet using your own device or buy a New York City Parks Pass to use public computers for 90 minutes, six days a week. To learn more about WiFi in Washington Square Park and other NYC parks, visit the website of the Office of Mayor Bill de Blasio (OMB). You can find information on how to protect your identity online, as well as tips for protecting your privacy and security when using social media tools like Facebook and Twitter.
Washington Square Park is one of over 80 city parks that provide Internet service for free. Download the NYC Parks app to see which ones are available near you. You'll find an address locator on the app home page.
NYC Parks offers free Wi-Fi in over 80 locations across the five boroughs. Find a list of all NYC Parks partners here. If you don't see what you're looking for, contact us so we can add it!
Parks with Wi-Fi The City of New York and AT&T have unveiled a five-year program to provide free Wi-Fi access at 26 spots in 20 parks across the five boroughs. AT Wi-Fi is now free for park visitors in all five boroughs, with more park locations to come throughout the year.
These locations will have wireless Internet access available to visitors: Central Park, Manhattan; Washington Square Park, Manhattan; Prospect Park, Brooklyn; Van Cortlandt Park, the Bronx; and Williamsburg Bridge Park, Brooklyn.
Wi-Fi is accessible by searching for "AT&T Wi-Fi" on your smartphone or tablet's browser. To find out if the park you're visiting is part of this program, check the website listed below or call 877-477-9667.
Parks without Wi-Fi Some city parks don't have wireless Internet access because it can be expensive to install networks in large areas, such as central parks or wooded preserves. These locations typically offer other means of communication, such as telephone trees or written signs with contact information.
If you don't have cell service or the Internet at home, check to see if any local community centers or recreation departments are offering public computers for use by their members. Many cities around the country have done so as a trial program to see if it can be made sustainable after the initial setup costs are covered by donations or grants.
We do provide free Wi-Fi in our lobby. To connect, just click on the icon on the top right of your browser. The site will load quickly because it's not going through our server.
If you want to use your own device instead, there are a number of places around Las Vegas where you can get connected. Here are some suggestions:
Century Casino has hot spots throughout the property. You can also rent laptops from them for $9.99 per hour. They're located in the center of the casino floor.
If you visit Circus Circus, that property gives away wireless devices with their tickets.
If you want to be able to access the internet from anywhere in the park, we recommend the premium locations. These are usually at more popular attractions like Eiffel Tower/Les Halles or along the promenade.
There's one at the middle of the park near Big Ben, and another by the fountain near City Hall.
If you go to Mount Charleston, there's a network available on the summit.