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EU triggers requests for wasting €120 million on WiFi

We came across another organization this week which does not like the European Commission wasting €120 million on new WiFi hotspots, and this one went as far as describing it all as “a marketing scam.”The comments came on social media from Niklas Agevik, CEO at Instabridge, which markets a “free” WiFi app. Agevik boasts spending his entire professional career in telecoms with five years at Ericsson, two at Payfone in the US and the last five years building Instabridge. He says the €120 million has been put aside by the European Union on the say so of Jeans Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, although it was voted through in a larger European Parliament appropriations bill. The European Commission…

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