Shore Town Adds One Of The Largest Free Wi-Fi Networks In NJ
One of the most popular Jersey Shore destinations is going to be fully wired just in time for the busy season, and it's all free for visitors.
Today, the City of Asbury Park and Madison Marquette announced that they've joined forces to bring the boardwalk, "one of the largest continuous free outdoor public wireless beach networks in the state of New Jersey".
At nearly a mile, the network stretches from the beginning of the boardwalk at Asbury Avenue to the other end at Deal Lake Drive.
According to today's press release, Asbury Park and Madison Marquette have been working on the project since last fall, and officially unwrapped the boardwalk-wide access to the general public today.
To enjoy the free access, just look for "AP Boardwalk" on your device's Wi-Fi screen, and follow the instructions to connect.
What other towns at the shore do you think should introduce free Wi-Fi? Comment below and let us know!
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