Sparklight Creating Free Wifi Hotspots During Pandemic for Idahoans
You have to love it when Treasure Valley Community steps up. I just heard about this and it's a big deal. Wifi for some people is the avenue they use to reach family, work, and more. What Sparklight is doing right now is helping more than you might think.
I'm not sure if you've seen students come into a coffee shop looking for free wifi or employees parking close to a wifi hotspot. Everyone doesn't have their own wifi believe it or not so this is a great service to Idahoans.
I've been a Sparklight customer since they changed from Cableone. I'm not here to sell Sparklight but I love mine and very proud of what they're doing for customers. They will be giving away free wifi at 14 locations, no overage fees for data putting their late charges on pause until May 12, 2020. Very admirable. Call 877-692-2253 for more information or go to their website to link with all details including social media links.
Here is a list of hots spots:
- Sparklight offices at 8400 Westpark St in Boise and 2101 E. Karcher Road in Nampa.
- Bear Creek Park in Meridian
- Orah Brandt Park, East Quaker and Orah Way In Nampa
- Caldwell Housing Authority, Farmway Road by Head Start School in Caldwell
- Luby Park, N. Illinois, and Marble Front Road in Caldwell.
- Caldwell College of Idaho, Oak Street and South Ohio Avenue in Caldwell
- Corner of South 10th and Laster in Caldwell
- Enrique's Mexican Restaurant and next door at Cowgirls on West 4th Street in Kuna
- Pennsylvania Avenue and NE 11th Street and First Baptist Church parking lot in Fruitland
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at West Central Road and Ua Avenue in Emmett
- Marsing Middle School in Marsing
- Skatepark, North Star Road and West Safari Drive in Star