Poland to allocate PLN 120 mln for municipal Wi-Fi

Wednesday 14 August 2019 | 14:13 CET | News
The Polish Ministry of Digitalisation has announced that PLN 120 million in EU co-funding will be allocated for the project 'Internet for All'. The project will be carried out under the framework of the operational programme Digital Poland (POPC 1.1). 

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