NYCMesh is a nonprofit organization with a diverse group of volunteers, dedicated to ending the digital divide and extending high-speed, reliable internet to all New Yorkers.

The network hubs and Supernodes have good coverage in Brooklyn, with some in Queens and Manhattan. Scroll down to see the full list.

Their service is a unique offering, in that it is not a traditional Internet Service Provider with monthly bills or a main office. It is a decentralized point-to-point network, with no single point of failure as an organization or network.

While they do not have a requirement for monthly service payments, they do request a minimum monthly donation of $20/month. The labor is provided by volunteers and the equipment has a cost to them. Check out their page to learn more about the service and see if it’s available for you. Details about their pricing can be found below.

  • Kings County
    • Bedford-Stuyvesant
    • Bensonhurst
    • Brooklyn Navy Yard
    • Brownsville
    • Bushwick
    • Crown Heights
    • Dumbo
    • East Williamsburg
    • Gowanus
    • Greenwood Heights
    • Kensington
    • Ocean Hill
    • Park Slope
    • Prospect Heights
    • Prospect Leffert Gardens
    • Red Hook
    • Stuyvesant Heights
    • Williamsburg
    • Many more…
  • New York County
    • Bowery
    • Chinatown
    • Harlem
    • Little Italy
    • Lower East Side
    • Lower Manhattan
    • NoHo
    • Nolita
    • Striver’s Row
    • Ukrainian Village
    • West Harlem
  • Others
    • Bronx County
      • Allerton
      • Pelham Parkway
      • more Coming soon…
    • Queens County
      • Ridgewood
      • Queens Village
    • Hoboken, NJ