Apparently due to the recent horrible wildfires that destroyed many peoples homes, and completely ravaged the landscape all over San Diego during the past week, AT&T announced that they will be offering free Wireless internet to Southern California. Currently the areas that will get the free WiFi are San Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Orange and Ventura counties.
The free service began on Saturday October 27th, and is expected to be available for three weeks.
From The Press Release:
People needing free internet access to stay informed about the fires, and keep up-to-date about fire containment and other important emergency information available online can find AT&T hot spots here: (Wifi Locations)
“We want to help residents in Southern California in any way that we can,” said Kieran Nolan, AT&T vice president and general manager, Los Angeles area. “By enabling free Wi-Fi at hundreds of AT&T hot spot locations, we’re hoping to provide families and friends with another way to stay connected — and to reconnect — throughout this difficult time.”