SAN ANTONIO -- Spurs Give has teamed up with AT&T and Aruba to offer free high-speed, wireless internet to community members who need reliable access during the coronavirus pandemic.




The service was put in place to help students and others to continue to learn, work and stay connected from the safety of their cars in the AT&T Center parking lot.

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People will be able to access the free internet hotspot starting April 20 by parking in Lot 3. Simply search for the “spursgive” Wi-Fi network on any smart device.

The internet will be available daily from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Social distancing rules will be enforced by the AT&T Center and the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. Participants must stay in their cars and will not be permitted to walk onto the property.

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AT&T Cybersecurity’s Global Security Gateway service is being provided to keep connections highly secure and protected.