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How to Connect

Public wi-fi service in New York City parks is provided by several companies, including Altice USA, AT&T, and Spectrum, as well as through local partner organizations. Find out more about how to connect to each of these wi-fi service locations.

AT&T Locations

To connect to AT&T public wi-fi hotspots, browse the list of available wireless options in your mobile device, and select SSID: “attwifi” from the list of options. There is free and unlimited wi-fi at AT&T locations.

Altice USA and Spectrum Locations

To connect to Altice USA or Spectrum public wi-fi hotspots, browse the list of available wireless options in your mobile device, and select SSID: “GuestWiFi” from the list of options.

You will receive a prompt to register for wi-fi service. You may either select a 10-minute free pass, pay $0.99 for a full day pass, or sign in as a cable subscriber using your subscription information. WiFi service is free at all times to Altice’s Optimum Online and Spectrum broadband subscribers.

For guests, public wi-fi service is limited to three free 10-minute passes for every 30 days. You will not be allowed to connect freely after you have reached that limit. To connect after that point, please purchase a day pass or sign in with your cable subscription information.

Partner Locations

Bryant Park

To connect to the Bryant Park Wireless Network, please visit the Bryant Park Corporation’s Wi-Fi page.

Union Square

To connect to Wi-Fi sponsored by Union Square Partnership, please visit their Wi-Fi page.

Other Partners

Other partners may also offer public wi-fi connections within parks. Please follow park signage in order to connect at these locations.

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