After free WiFi, the city is now going to offer free public transport.
Tallinn is an underdog in the global arena with cities competing for international business and tourism. But the city is doing good, in my opinion. I visited the Estonian capital almost five years ago, and the city was already offering free WiFi to its visitors and inhabitants (actually they started this back in 2005). In an interview, a city official cleverly stated that free WiFi should not be seen as a goal in itself, but a tool that benifits the city.
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