Businesses on Jefferson Avenue, between East Ferry and East Utica streets, will receive free public Wi-Fi beginning in January.
"This will be a great asset for businesses and residences along Jefferson Avenue," Mayor Byron W. Brown said. "JEFFREE Wi-Fi will continue the build-up and massive investments we are planning to make on Jefferson Avenue."
Brown announced the free Wi-Fi Monday at the Beverly Gray Exchange Center, located at 224 E. Utica and Jefferson.
Blue Wireless will provide the Wi-Fi service.
Masten District Council Member Ulysees O. Wingo and Sylvester Dihaan, president of Jefferson Avenue Business Association, applauded the spread of public Wi-Fi along Jefferson.
Buffalo's public wireless network began along downtown Main Street in 2015.