Free Wi-Fi goes live at Governor's Park on Daniel Island

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The newest public park on Daniel Island has an amenity befitting a twenty-first century gathering place -- free public Wi-Fi.

The availability of Wi-Fi service in Governor’s Park represents the second deployment of the Charleston Free Wi-Fi network that was launched this spring at Marion Square Park in downtown Charleston.

“I am pleased to announce an expansion of the Charleston Free Wi-Fi initiative to Governor’s Park, made possible through a partnership with Home Telecom”, said Charleston Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Jr. 

“Supporting the Charleston Free Wi-Fi network in Governor's Park is Home Telecom’s way of showing its commitment to keeping our local communities connected affordably",  said Will Helmly, President of Home Telecom. 

When a visitor to Governor’s Park connects to the Charleston Free Wi-Fi network, their browser will take them to a landing page with instructions and terms of service to access the Wi-Fi network.

Funding for the deployment of the Charleston Free Wi-Fi Network in Governor’s Park was made possible through an agreement between Home Telecom and the Charleston Digital Corridor Foundation.

To learn more about the Charleston Free Wi-Fi Network, visit