Oklahoma City's Bricktown launches free wireless Internet

After two years of preparation, the Bricktown Association and @Link WiFi recently unveiled free wireless Internet throughout the downtown Oklahoma City entertainment district.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Published: June 16, 2010
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After two years of preparation, the Bricktown Association and @Link WiFi recently unveiled free wireless Internet throughout the downtown entertainment district.

Bricktown Association chairwoman Avis Scaramucci said the network extends through the streets of Bricktown and in several restaurants and shops. Oklahoma City-based @Link WiFi installed the network at no cost to the association or merchants.

"We appreciate the generosity and vision of @Link WiFi,” Scaramucci said. "Their initiative to make Bricktown more advanced and competitive will continue to build Bricktown's reputation as a premier nationwide destination for business and recreation. This initiative helps keep us on the A-List for conferences, tournaments and vacations.”

Sam Curtis, @Link president and chief executive officer, said his company first installed wireless Internet throughout the streets of Bricktown and then extended the network to all merchants and restaurants in the area.


At a glance
Free Wi-Fi

Merchants offering free Wi-Fi include:

→Abuelo's

→Bricktown

Brewery

→Bricktown Candy Co.

→Chelino's

→Earl's Rib Palace

→Falcone's Pizzeria and Deli

→Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse

→Nonna's Euro-American Ristorante and Bar

→Pearl's Crabtown

→Sonic

→Spaghetti

Warehouse

→Skky Bar

→TapWerks

→The Mantel

→The Melting Pot

→and soon, Zio's Italian Kitchen

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