City to Replace 10 Gramercy Pay Phones With New Wi-Fi Hotspot Kiosks

By | January 7, 2016

The kiosks will have Wi-Fi, built-in tablets, USB docks, and the ability to make free domestic calls.


The avenue’s first location at 15th Street was unveiled on Monday, and the machines are expected to roll out at nine more spots over the course of the next couple of months, as part of the citywide project called LinkNYC, according to a spokeswoman for the service provider, CityBridge.

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