WiFi4EU Newsletter

22 December 2020

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Year in review: WiFi4EU in 2020

As we wrap up the year, we would like to share with you the WiFi4EU highlights of 2020.

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WiFi4EU stories
WiFi4EU stories: an interview with Local Council of Aiton, Romania

Thanks to the commitment to improve access to connectivity and the support of the population, the Romanian municipality of Aiton is among the first winners of the fourth WIFi4EU call to complete the installation of the network.

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WiFi4EU stories: an interview with Offaly County Council, Ireland

In County Offaly, the European Commission, the Irish government and the County Council are coming together to install WiFi4EU hotspots and ensure access to connectivity for all citizens.

Lanscape of Birr castel in Offaly, WiFi4EU logo
WiFi4EU stories: an interview with Mayor of Skiathos, Greece

For the stunning Greek municipality of Skiathos, the EUR 15,000 WiFi4EU voucher came as a great opportunity to improve connectivity and promote the cultural heritage and natural beauties of the area.

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WiFi4EU country profiles
WiFi4EU countries: Finland

Finland has been awarded 53 WiFi4EU vouchers. Learn more about how municipalities are capitalising on free public connectivity to improve well-being.

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WiFi4EU countries: France

France has been awarded 762 WiFi4EU vouchers. Learn more about how municipalities capitalised on free connectivity to bridge the digital divide and connect rural and remote territories

Different landscapes of France, WiFi4EU logo
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