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AT&T’s free solar mobile charging initiative is back and better than ever in 2014.


Check out AT&T Street Charge

AT&T Street Charge was launched as a pilot program in New York City in 2013 to bring innovative solar mobile charging stations to parks, beaches and other outdoor venues across the five boroughs. A direct outgrowth of Hurricane Sandy, the initiative aimed to keep New Yorkers connected as they traveled throughout the city.

In 2014, AT&T is will nearly double the number of solar mobile charging stations available in outdoor locations throughout the five boroughs in their continuing effort to forge a sustainable solution to keeping New Yorkers connected.  Beginning May 18, anyone with a mobile phone or tablet can charge their phone for free at one of 45 AT&T Street Charge units in more than 20 parks, beaches and outdoor gathering spots

In addition, AT&T provides free Wi-Fi to all mobile device users in 21 New York City parks as part of the Wi-Fi in the Parks initiative and our customers can also stay connected underground on 36 subway platforms today and may grow to as many as 242 stations in the coming years.

Read our news release or learn more on Twitter @attnyc or #attstreetcharge.

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