The Digital Strategy sets out our vision for how we will use technology to transform the delivery of services, support improving the well-being of residents, improve the digital skills of our residents and enable businesses to thrive in Newport.
It demonstrates Newport City Council’s commitment to make Newport an ambitious and fairer city for its residents and businesses.
The strategy is also a critical pillar to making Newport a data city. This is why we want to ensure citizens can access digital services, delivered by the council and its strategic partners, when they need it most.
You can find out more and read it in full on our Digital Strategy page.
Newport City Council has been granted Digital Inclusion Charter Accreditation by Digital Communities Wales.
The Digital Inclusion Charter is for organisations in Wales which are promoting basic digital skills and helping people get online.
The accreditation runs until January 2024 - read more.
Free wi-fi in Newport
For residents and visitors
Find free wi-fi in public buildings, on Newport buses, at the train and bus stations, Newport market and in streets within the city centre.
The Friendly Wi-Fi symbol helps children, young people and adults find venues where wi-fi has been filtered to try and block inappropriate material, an accredited scheme with the UK Council for Child Internet Safety.
Residents and visitors can access Newport Community Cloud and Newport City Connect from any wireless enabled device.
Superfast broadband can benefit businesses of all sizes by enabling them to communicate better with customers, transfer data more quickly and operate more efficiently.
See how local businesses have used superfast broadband
Download Newport's Digital Strategy (pdf)
Privacy Impact Assessment - Public Wi-Fi (pdf)
Digital Unite - make the most of being online