Saladino and Imbroto launch free public WI-FI Network at TOBAY Beach

Saladino and Imbroto launch free public WI-FI Network at TOBAY Beach

1st Town Beach in Nassau to Offer Free Internet

In their continued efforts to deliver important services for residents, new Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and new Councilman Louis B. Imbroto today announced that the Town has launched free wireless internet access for residents and visitors at TOBAY Beach.  The network, titled “FreeTOBAYWi-Fi,” has been installed on the ocean-side of the beach through the use of previously allocated capital funds.

Supervisor Saladino stated, “Residents enjoy spending summer days at TOBAY Beach and have our sandy shore their own waterfront property.  To enjoy all the comforts of home, we have launched free wireless internet access at the beach so residents can share real-time photos with friends; turn on a video for their toddlers and even access apps and maps to plan their next lap of the day.”

“This new TOBAY wireless network brings more connectivity to the beach, giving residents the ability to keep tabs on their favorite sports team, stay in touch with their children and even work from the beach while keeping their feet in the sand.  I applaud Supervisor Saladino for listening to our residents and delivering the services our families and seniors desire,” added Councilman Imbroto.

Visitors seeking to log on must select “FreeTOBAYWi-Fi” under available Wi-Fi networks on their smartphone or tablet and then accept the standard terms and conditions.