A crew is out this morning with a truck full of @LinkNYC crates ... installing more
...next up will be in front of the former 123 Second Ave. ...
I haven't counted kiosks on every block... but I do know this will make the fourth LinkNYC kiosk for Second Avenue between St. Mark's Place and Seventh Street.
As a reminder, here is what people can do at each Link (via LinkNYC):
• Use your personal device to connect to LinkNYC’s super fast, free Wi-Fi
• Access city services, maps and directions from the tablet
• Make free phone calls to anywhere in the U.S. using the Vonage app on the tablet or the tactile keypad and microphone. Plug in your personal headphones for more privacy.
• Use the dedicated red 911 button in the event of an emergency
• Charge your device in a power-only USB port
• Enjoy more room on the sidewalk with Link’s sleek, ADA-compliant design by Antenna
• View public service announcements and more relevant advertising on two 55” HD displays
[Relevant ad pic on 14th and 3rd from Oct. 22]
Back in September, because of a few bad apples, LinkNYC removed the web-browsing capabilities.