Bklyn Reach


Bklyn Reach is a service at select branches that extends our outdoor wireless internet signal to reach up to 300 feet. Many New Yorkers who do not have broadband internet access consistently available at home have relied on the libraries as a vital place to connect to the world. This pandemic-era program made our internet available to patrons 24 hours a day, both inside and outside of the library.


To access Brooklyn Public Library’s free wifi network after December 31, visit your local branch and connect to “BPLUNWIRED.” 

Internet Basics Handout

Bklyn Reach: Expanding Wi-Fi Beyond the Branches is generously supported by The JPB Foundation, The Charles H. Revson Foundation, Robin Hood Foundation, Schmidt Futures, Goldman Sachs, Solomon Wilson Family Foundation, 1834 Project, Andrea Bozzo & John Martinez, Nancy & Chad Dickerson, Jodi Green & Mike Halperin, Karoly & Hank Gutman, Jill Simeone & Stephen Kitts in loving memory of Ruth Flynn, E. Wachs Family Foundation and Anonymous (2).

Discounted Home Internet

You may be eligible for discounted high-speed internet service at home! To learn more and see if you qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), explore BPL's Home Internet Access Program