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The WiFi4EU initiative promotes free access to Wi-Fi connectivity for citizens in public spaces including parks, squares, public buildings, libraries, health centres and museums in municipalities throughout Europe.

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When a call is open, the WiFi4EU initiative provides municipalities with the opportunity to apply for vouchers to the value €15,000. The vouchers are used to install Wi-Fi equipment in public spaces that are not already equipped with a free Wi-Fi hotspot.

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Deploying WiFi4EU in the outermost region of Guadeloupe

Bouillante and Gourbeyre, two towns situated in the Caribbean Sea in Guadeloupe (France) have successfully implemented the WiFi4EU initiative. They are examples of how the project has had an impact also in the outermost regions of Europe.

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WiFi4EU: Citizens

Citizens and guests of local municipalities within the European Union benefit from a free Wi-Fi connection in public places thanks to WiFi4EU.

WiFi4EU: Municipalities

When a call is open, municipalities within the European Union are eligible to apply for a voucher as part of the WiFi4EU initiative. The vouchers, worth €15,000 each, aim to help provide your community with a free public connection.

WiFi4EU: Companies

If you are a Wi-Fi Installation Company, read this page to learn more about WiFi4EU and its technical specifications.