13 thoughts on “Top 10 Digital Cities”

  1. you can go down and sit closer to the gucci store you can pick up free wifi – google-backed network i think. there is another company, feeva offering that as well.

  2. From what I’ve heard, Talinn should probably be number one. Free Wi-Fi everywhere you go; e-voting, e-government, no need to ever submit a same personal document twice, personal ID card can be used for voting, banking, basically anything related to the government; spending of government money 100% transparent online, in real time…etc, etc.

  3. I have been wanting to go to Talinn for so long but the process of getting a visa etc isn’t all that easy. Anyway with this summer almost half over, i am going to attempt it next year. it is pretty awesome place and broadband is plentiful.

  4. Thats neat .. $40 for 100 Mbps..The Koreans have it good , Here in Bangalore I pay a little more than $20 for a filthy 256kbps connection

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