📩 10/08/2021 10:41
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality started free and quota-free internet service at metro stations after ferries, buses and trams to encourage public transportation. Minister Tunç Soyer“On June 29, we announced to our citizens of Izmir that we will have internet access on our trams. As of today, the internet can be used free of charge at our 17 metro stations.
Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç SoyerIn line with the vision of 'Izmir to increase the quality of life of citizens, Wizmirnet free internet service is becoming widespread. Realizing the internet service offered in the public areas of the city in the field of public transportation as well, the Metropolitan started the free internet application at the metro stations after the ferries, buses and trams. Accordingly, internet can be used free of charge at all metro stations on the Evka-3-Fahrettin Altay line.
President Tunç Soyer“On June 29, we announced to our citizens of Izmir that we will have internet access on our trams. As of today, the internet is available free of charge at our 17 metro stations. In order to create a more livable city and to encourage public transportation, we will continue to expand the internet service throughout İzmir and in our entire transportation network.
How will the connection be established?
In order to benefit from the wireless application, the WizmirNET wireless network name must be selected from the device to which the internet connection will be made and the "Register" button must be clicked on the login page. By entering the desired information, you can start using the internet with the password sent to the phone. When desired, a new password can be created with the "Change Password" button on the top menu on the WizmirNET connection status page.
Access at many points
Free internet was previously implemented in ferries and buses serving on the route of universities. Wizmirnet provides free, quota-free and barrier-free service at 73 park squares, 20 ferries, 7 piers, 60 university routes, 71 Education Information Network (EBA) points and 41 trams.