The Most Innovative Way to Stay Connected is Back: #ATTStreetCharge


Charging your phone in the Big Apple has never been so convenient, or so innovative. Last summer, AT&T enhanced mobility in the city by introducing a unique charging experience to keep New Yorkers connected while on the go.

While you’ve probably heard of the Wi-Fi in NYC Parks initiative, AT&T introduced something even more groundbreaking to keep the city connected last June:  AT&T Street Charge.  Using innovative solar powered mobile charging stations, AT&T kept anyone with a mobile device at parks, beaches and other popular outdoor venues across the city’s five boroughs powered up – and AT&T Street Charge is back again, by popular demand, with even more charging stations to keep users connected all summer long.

AT&T Street Charge returned to the city this May with 45 sustainable units to keep New Yorkers charged up and ready to go through September. . The solar powered charging stations work day and night, in the sun or in the shade, and can charge up to six mobile devices at a time – so you can charge you can charge one or multiple devices at once!

New Yorkers can find AT&T Street Charge stations at the following locations:

·      Manhattan: Central Park

·      Marcus Garvey Park

·      Coenties Slip

·      Old Slip

·      Mannahatta Park

·      Pier 15

·      East River Esplanade

·      Bowling Green Park

·      South Street Seaport

·      Edgar Plaza

·      Union Square

·      Governor's Island


·      Flushing Meadows-Corona Park

·      Rockaway Beach


The Bronx:

·      Orchard Beach



·      Brooklyn Bridge Park

·      Coney Island

·      Brighton Beach


Staten Island:

·      South Beach

·      Midland Beach


Check out a full list of Street Charge locations as well as more information on the initiative at http://about.att.com/mediakit/mobilecharging.  Stay up to date on the latest news about Street Charge and other exciting AT&T programs in NYC by following us on Twitter @ATTNYC and share your own Street Charge experiences by tweeting #ATTStreetCharge