The fourth and final WiFi4EU call for applications took place from 3 to 4 June 2020. More than 8,600 municipalities across Europe have applied for 947 vouchers each €15,000 worth.
The municipality of Náměšť na Hané is one of the 170 Czech winners of the first WiFi4EU Call and is now proudly offering high-speed free Wi-Fi access to citizens and tourists.
The Norwegian municipality of Nord-Odal is a proud winner of the first WiFi4EU call, which took place in November 2018. The WiFi4EU team spoke with Mayor Lise Selnes and Head of Business Development Eva Snare to discuss the implementation process and the launch of the brand-new free network.
The EUR 15,000 WiFi4EU voucher has allowed the municipality of Bydgoszcz to renew their public Wi-Fi network while creating opportunities for the development of eServices for citizens and tourists.
The Slovenian municipality of Semič is among the proud winners of the first WiFi4EU call, which took place in November 2018. Thanks to the EUR 15,000 WiFi4EU voucher, the municipality will now be able to provide free access to internet and develop digital services.
The Belgian municipality of Olne is the perfect destination for hikers and visitors looking for a peaceful stroll in the Ardennes. The WiFi4EU team spoke with Mayor Cédric Halin to know more about the municipality’s digital policies, aimed at delivering improved e-services for citizens and tourists of all ages.
Stevns, a Danish municipality located on the southeast coast of the Island of Zealand, is the first municipality in Denmark to complete the implementation of the voucher. The WiFi4EU team spoke with Business and Development Consultant Jakob Splidsboel to know more about the municipality’s digital policies.
The conference aims to bring together all relevant stakeholders and inform them on the latest developments of EU broadband initiatives and their implementation. It will also update participants on the preparation of the next Connecting Europe Facility programme. The conference will discuss leading edge technologies, business models and finance, aiming to identify ideas and synergies between sectors.
The third WiFi4EU call for applications took place from 19 to 20 September 2019. The European Commission has received over 11,000 applications from all participating countries.
Curious to know more about the WiFi4EU Portal? Check out the WiFi4EU guide, a comprehensive guide to the WiFi4EU initiative. From registration to installation, the manual accompanies the user through all the steps for a successful application and implementation. The “step by step” approach of the manual is complemented by screenshots and examples to allow for a smooth experience of the WiFi4EU Portal. Get ready for the next call with the WiFi4EU guide, available in 24 languages.
Located in the charming region of Bretagne, only 30 minutes away from Rennes and Vitré, the French municipality of Retiers is a hotspot for young people thanks to its bustling array of sociocultural opportunities and activities on offer. The EUR 15,000 WiFi4EU voucher from the European Commission comes as a perfect complement to the municipality’s plan to facilitate new opportunities for young local residents while welcoming visitors year-round.
Located just outside the capital city Valletta, the Maltese municipality of Floriana is famous for its heritage and rich history. The WiFi4EU voucher from the European Commission comes as a perfect complement to the Council’s plan to promote the cultural heritage and facilitate new opportunities for local residents while welcoming visitors year-round.
The second WiFi4EU call for applications took place from 4 to 5 April 2019. More than 10,000 municipalities across Europe have applied for a €15,000 voucher.