LinkNYC kiosks provide public Wi-Fi to New Yorkers, small businesses, and visitors in all five boroughs. 

Each Link provides free Wi-Fi, phone calls, and device charging. You can also use a tablet to access city services, maps, and directions.

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Web Browsing Removed

The web browsing function was removed from all LinkNYC kiosks in order to curb excessive, long-term, and inappropriate use of the kiosks. 

LinkNYC kiosks continue to provide all other services, including Wi-Fi.

LinkNYC kiosks do not provide caller ID information for call back purposes.

    You can report a problem with a LinkNYC kiosk if:

    • It is damaged or defective
    • It has graffiti or is dirty
    • Its internet connection is slow or not working
    • Its touchscreen or button is not working
    • It is blocking the sidewalk

    The Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications doesn't accept reports of homeless activity at a kiosk. You can request outreach for people living on the streets on the Homeless Outreach page.