Laois County Council signed Contracts for the WIFI4EU project on Tuesday 28th September 2021 with NIS- Network and Infrastructure Support.


The rollout of the WIFI4EU project will commence now at the following locations  – Portlaoise Town Centre , Portarlington Town Centre , Abbeyleix Main Street, Mountmellick Main Street and Clonaslee Main Street.


Survey works and consultation with communities and property owners (where necessary) will occur over the next few weeks and all locations are expected to be complete with Free Public Wifi by end of February 2022.


Laois County Council have partnered with the EU and DRCD in providing and rolling out the WIFI4EU programme.


The WiFi4EU initiative promotes free access to Wi-Fi connectivity for citizens in public spaces including parks, squares, public buildings, libraries, health centres and museums in municipalities throughout Europe. This project is also intended to increase the attractiveness of our public realm to visitors and residents of each of the towns and their localities  and will work in tandem with the continuation of external seating areas for outdoor dining in many locations.


We look forward to working with our partners on this project and Network and Infrastructure Support, a Midlands based company.

We apologise in advance for any disruption that might occur during the course of the roll out. If you have any queries, contact can be made with the Broadband Officer  – Ms Antoinette Brennan at

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