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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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Factsheet on WiFi4EU

WiFi4EU provides free access to public Wi-Fi in parks, schools, public buildings, health centres throughout Europe. WiFi4EU networks are free of charge, free of data harvesting and free of advertisements. One voucher per municipality = 15,000

WiFi4EU to have a new home in HaDEA

As of 1 April 2021, the new European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA) will take over the implementation of the WiFi4EU programme from the current Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA).

WiFi4EU stories: an interview with Mayor of Villány, Hungary

Known as one of Hungary’s capitals of wine, Villány is a municipality located in the southernmost region of the country and it gives name to the renowned red wine. Underneath its sun-kissed vineyards lies Villány’s knack for digital tourism and commitment to becoming a Smart City. The WiFi4EU team spoke with Mayor István Mayer and Deputy Gabriella Bojcsev to discover more about how WiFi4EU fits in the digital plan of the town.

WiFi4EU countries: Ireland

Ireland has been awarded 114 WiFi4EU vouchers. Learn more about how the national government and local authorities have partnered up with the European Commission to ensure connectivity for all.

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