President — AT&T New York
Marissa Shorenstein, president AT&T New York, is responsible for the company’s regulatory, public policy and community relations initiatives across the state.
AT&T New York Blog
Next Stop: Wireless Subway Stations
In February 2015, 21 subway stations in Queens added wireless access, bringing nearly all of the borough’s 78 stations online. Transit passengers can make a call, send a text, or search the Internet from almost any station platform along their commute. The two remaining Queens stations, Jamaica-Van Wyck and Flushing–Main Street, are in the process of coming online. The Jamaica-Van Wyck station is expected to see the work completed by the end of March, and Flushing-Main Street station by the end of 2015. All 279 subway stations throughout NYC are expected to come online by 2017.