We publish the speech by Pasquale De Franco, mayor of Aieta, in Calabria, where free hotspots have been activated and joins the Municipalities that have already joined the WiFi Italia Project.
“The historic center of Aieta is the noble fulcrum, the shining mirror of this mountain area, still intact and full of charm and Palazzo Spinelli, with its large Renaissance-style facade, on top of the town, is the symbol of the glorious past and of the present of our community. Aieta is part of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
To enhance this combination of history, culture, mountains and hospitality, we want to participate in the country's digitization process; the Wifi Italia project is part of this effort to provide increasingly efficient services to citizens and tourists".
WiFi Italia is the project of the Ministry of Enterprises and Made in Italy that allows citizens to connect easily and for free with an APP to the free and widespread WiFi network in Italian squares, in small villages, and in the city.
Find the exact location of the hotspots nearest to you via map or list.
A single App to access over 10,000 hotspots throughout Italy.
Discover all the advantages and opportunities of joining the largest national public network of free WiFi access points.
Free access to all federated networks throughout the country.
All new hotspots and existing municipal networks will become part of a widespread network throughout Italy, in small villages as well as in cities.
By federating with WiFi Italia it will be possible for public bodies and infrastructures to enhance their digital services and allow everyone a free and fast connection.
All networks have visibility on the website and App and are accessible to all registered users with secure data management.
ENTITIES REGISTERED WITH WIFI ITALY
HOW TO JOIN
Request free hotspots or join existing public networks.
You can also request hotspots for your healthcare facility.
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