(Christopher Robbins) Thanks to a deal between the City, Time Warner, and Cablevision, 32 parks across the city will (finally) have free WiFi next year. Well, free for the first 30 minutes per month—you'll pay 99 cents each day to use it after that.

The Daily News' Juan Gonzalez reports that the details are more aggravating: users will get free WiFi "for up to three 10-minute sessions a month" before being prompted for payment. Know that feeling of trying to use WiFi in the airport and then you're prompted to sign up with BoingBang's network and enter your credit card number and good luck opening an attachment at this speed you were better off spending that $6 on a banana at the Starbucks? Now you can experience that in the park!

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