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Optimum WiFi Now Available at 11 NJ Transit Train Stations

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BETHPAGE, N.Y. -- Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE: CVC) and NJ TRANSIT today announced that they have reached a significant milestone in their partnership to provide WiFi access for NJ TRANSIT customers with the launch of Optimum WiFi at the following eleven train stations:

  • Hoboken Terminal
  • Newark Penn Station
  • Secaucus Junction
  • Meadowlands
  • Metropark
  • Montclair State University
  • New Brunswick
  • Newark Broad Street
  • Rahway
  • Summit
  • Trenton Transit Center

      Gemma Toner, Cablevision’s senior vice president of broadband product management, said, “Cablevision is committed to bringing WiFi to places that matter most to our customers, and expanding our WiFi presence to 11 train stations in the NJ TRANSIT system is a natural extension of our robust network of more than 100,000 Tri-State Area hotspots. We look forward to now providing NJ TRANSIT passengers at these select stations with the superior Optimum WiFi experience our customers rely on even as we continue to deploy additional WiFi access sites at other NJ TRANSIT stations and ultimately on the rail cars.”

    Cablevision Systems Corp. (NYSE: CVC)

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