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Comunity WiFi Program


 Connected communities are the future.

The Community WiFi program is a grassroots, non-profit effort to create public WiFi zones that benefit the community, local businesses, and help connect the unconnected.

"The Internet is not a luxury, it is a necessity."

President Barak Obama

Program Goals



Bring free and easy-to-use WiFi to visitors and residents.



Bridge the digital divide with pervasive WiFi access.



Give local businesses a tool to drive economic vitality.



Promote local commerce and build customer loyalty.

Beneficiaries

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Visitor and Residents can enjoy being connected with ease and consistency.

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Local Business Owners can get to know and engage with their customers.

Smart WiFi for Your Business

Community Associations can see traffic trends and measure program success.

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Corporate Sponsors support the community and get local consumer visibility.

CASE STUDY

Cutting Edge in the EDGE

Today, on World WiFi day, we celebrate the completion of GoZone WiFi's free to the public WiFi network in the EDGE District of St. Petersburg!

Rick Kriseman

Mayor, St. Petersburg, FL

Today, on World WiFi Day, we celebrate the completion of GoZone WiFi’s free to the public WiFi network in the The EDGE District of St. Petersburg!

Posted by St Petersburg Chamber on Thursday, June 20, 2019

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