New York City officials are trying every trick in the book to improve internet access for students living in homeless shelters — except equipping the buildings with working WiFi.

At least four city shelters are dead zones under the cellular data plan set up by the city, advocates told the Daily News — and the service gap leaves unlucky students in those buildings struggling to connect to the Internet for remote learning and more.

New York City officials are trying every trick in the book to improve internet access for students living in homeless shelters — except equipping the buildings with working WiFi.

At least four city shelters are dead zones under the cellular data plan set up by the city, advocates told the […]

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