Greek government plans Wi-Fi network

13 Jun 2019

The Greek government is planning to install a network of 3,000 free public Wi-Fi hotspots beginning next year. A report from Wi-Fi Now says the EUR14.8 million (USD16.7 million) rollout is being managed by Greece’s Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications & Information and financed by the European Structural and Investment Fund (ESIF) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Locations covered by the free Wi-Fi service will include parks, squares, pedestrian areas, educational facilities, health centres and public transport.

Greece, Ministry of Digital Governance