Benefits

Benefits

Online wherever you are!

Access to wireless Internet away from home using the WiFi network available in various locations throughout Cities. In order to be always online, it is necessary to connect to a WiFi network hotspot. There are more than 300,000 hotspots throughout the country divided into 2 types:

Simple interface with a variety of devices

Connect simply using applications which facilitate access from a computer, mobile or tablet, without the need for additional devices.

Quality and security

Access is secured via broadband connection with total security and confidentiality.

The three major benefits of Wi-Fi technology are:

Global Accessibility:

Wi-Fi allows users to stay connected in a multitude of different places including the office, home, coffee shop down the street, or hotel on the other side of the country. Most of the electronic devices sold today are Wi-Fi capable, and the greatest part is that Wi-Fi technology has a global standard. Unlike cell phones, you can connect to a network anywhere in the world with a Wi-Fi enabled device, allowing for widespread coverage.

Ease of Communication:

Not only is Wi-Fi convenient, but with the popularity of public wireless networks and handheld wireless devices that support roaming, Wi-Fi allows users to stay connected all of the time. Businesses are able to maintain a consistent flow of communication in the office with state-of-the-art Wi-Fi technology, allowing employees to stay connected on an almost constant basis. All of these Wi-Fi attributes promote productivity in the workplace, as well as enhance the ability of a company to perform at the highest possible level.

Cost Effective:

The investment of wireless network hardware is reasonable, especially in comparison to wired cables that are difficult to install and manage. Wi-Fi allows businesses to quickly install the technology anywhere in their facility and build a secure network that can support all of their employees. Wi-Fi is easy to expand and can take on additional users with existing equipment, unlike wired cables which require additional wiring and installation.