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WiFi4EU

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

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WiFi4EU: second online workshop for WiFi Installation Companies

This one-hour online workshop (10:00-11:00 CEST) is dedicated to WiFi Installation Companies involved in the WiFi4EU initiative. Its objective is to answer their questions in order to help overcome hurdles and accelerate network deployment. This workshop is an important opportunity in view of the approaching deadline, which risks the loss of municipalities’ € 15,000 WiFi4EU vouchers.

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WiFi4EU stories: an interview with the Mayor of Litovel, Czechia

Litovel, a hidden gem of Moravia located about 200 km east of Prague, is one of 312 municipalities that has used a WiFi4EU voucher in Czechia, demonstrating great dedication to the country’s recently approved strategy for digital transformation (under the name of Digitální Česko, Digital Czechia).

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WiFi4EU countries: Italy

Discover how improving connectivity and citizen’s access to digital public services has become the common goal of Italian national and local authorities and the European Commission.

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WiFi4EU stories: an interview with the Mayor of Bissen, Luxembourg

The commune of Bissen, located in the canton of Mersch in central Luxembourg, has brought connectivity closer to its citizens by adhering to the WiFi4EU initiative. Following the steps of its capital city, Bissen wants people to benefit from the many opportunities brought about by digitalization, including having equal access to public information.

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WiFi4EU: Citizens

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

Wifi4EU: Municipalities

Municipalities within the European Union are eligible to apply for a voucher as part of the WiFi4EU initiative. The vouchers, worth €15,000 each, will 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.