You can't deny that the Internet joined the list of human essential needs: just pay attention how often you check notifications on your smartphone and compare the amount of time you spend online with communicating live. The Internet made a lot of incredible ideas possible, and it helped to bring OneEurope to life.
Many countries realise the importance of a quality Internet connection and coverage, and therefore invest significantly in it's development. Lithuania and Estonia are well-known as the most digitized countries on the continent - Estonia even introduced E-residency digital citizenship.
It's interesting that 4 out 5 countries leading in quality public WiFi are new European Union member states. How can you explain it?
How would you characterize the quality of Internet and public WiFi in your country?
Is public WiFi important to you?
Let us know your opinion!