There’s Free WiFi in Japantown Courtesy of the Japanese Cultural and Community Center and AT&T? Hurray!

Remember that jackass mayor we had not too long ago? Remember all his unkept promises, like Citywide Wi-Fi for San Francisco?

I do. Bad times. I think it was 2005.

Anyway, these days the few areas around town you where you can rely on free govt. Wi-Fi are around federal housing projects. (One time my Samsung could see the Valencia Gardens WiFi all the way from Civic Center. Good times.)

Anyway, I guess “jtown connected” is the Wi-Fi you can get on Post in the Western Addition.

See?

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Hurray!

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One Response to “There’s Free WiFi in Japantown Courtesy of the Japanese Cultural and Community Center and AT&T? Hurray!”

  1. jeff says:

    I’m actually in the process of switching to Sonic from ATT because ATT just capped me at 5gb a day, and many others. I’ve been with ATT since the SBC days and they’re getting worse

    http://articles.sfgate.com/2011-07-06/business/29742006_1_speed-limits-mbps-at-t-and-comcast

    Turns out now, especially with downtown folks that one can probably get twice the speed for almost half price with Sonic, depending how far away from the C/O. I’ll certainly do an article sometime if it turns out that way