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The Smart City ambitions of Bruges: WIFI4EU as a helping hand

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WIFI4EU is an innovation project of the European Union. As a municipality, you can apply for a chance to win a voucher worth 15.000 euros. That large sum should then be used to install a public network in your city or municipality. One of the first WIFI4EU winning participants in Belgium was Bruges. Supported by the voucher, they have been able to realise various public indoor networks.

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