We know you’re busy. These days, who isn’t? That’s why we’ve made it easier than ever for you to stay “connected” with our free WiFi service when you’re in the Square for lunch, the Farmers Market and other events.
WiFi transmitter in the Square last week. That’s a big improvement because it’s now actually outside instead of in the old G.C. Murphy Building — these days we call it Market Square Place — where it used to be. And real soon, we’ll put up another unit in a strategic place to cover every square inch of the Square with Wi-Fi service.
Best of all, WiFi in the Square is online 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year. All you have to do is log on to www.WiFiPittsburgh.com to register for up to 2 free hours of daily access. And since the Post-Gazette sponsors the service in the Square, you can read the PG online as long as you want without using up your 2 hours of time. That’s really news you can use anytime.
Of course, we’re all about supporting local companies, which is why aspStation of Lawrenceville is managing the system in the Square and other WiFi hot spots around Downtown. Oh, and we bet you didn’t know that each month more than 4,000 people log on to our free WiFi access through their laptops, iPads and other mobile devices in the Square and across Downtown.
Now, with free WiFi access in the Square, you can join the online crowd and never be more than a few clicks away from catching those “can’t miss” business e-mails, surfing the web or just Tweeting friends on a sunny day.