Wi-Fi To Be Accessible In NYC Parks

Today, for those of you who cannot live without your laptop, may be interested to hear that news has just come in of “The City of New York” now putting in Wi-Fi points dotted around its parks to give people accessibility to link to the rest of the world!

When Nicholas Deleon at CrunchGear reported on this, the idea came from “Time Warner and Cablevision”, two of the biggest local cable companies in America. So for some of you out there today who have had to digest the news of a smoking ban from all city parks and beaches, this latest announcement may lift your spirits back up!

If this is something that you think could be potentially advantageous but maybe you are wondering if this is going to cost you? Then the answer is no. The only criticism we can see is that a user can only be on it for so long, 30 minutes a month per person has been stipulated. Once the 30 minutes is up, then it will then cost you 99 cents per minute thereafter.

So will this latest news revolutionize the way in which you gain internet access? Or do we rely on our smartphones nowadays? Give us your comments. To read more on this check out CrunchGear