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Connected in the City

August 15, 2015

City administrators in New York City are funding $70M in a push to expand access to high-speed broadband across the five boroughs. The move, announced in May, is part of a 10-year plan to bring affordable access to low-income homes, as well as to boost public WiFi spots in the city.

In transit?
Access WiFi at 40 of the city’s subway stationsthe second rollout of a $200M plan that will provide data and cellular connectivity in all 277 stations by 2017.