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Guest Wi-Fi Networks installed throughout the South West…

Many businesses are reluctant to offer guest Wi-Fi to their customers, this is can be for a number of reasons; e.g. fear of security breaches or causing the slow down of their own network. At ICOM we want you to be assured that there are far more reasons to have a guest Wi-Fi network and that the benefits far outweigh the negatives.

Here are just a few of the benefits having a guest Wi-Fi network can provide your business:

  1. Helps the buying decision. While this might seem odd, the truth is that most people now-a-days comparison shop. They want to know their options and will hesitate to purchase until they do. Often, this is not an issue solely of securing the cheapest price for an item but the need to have a clearer idea of what is available in order to make an informed decision.
  2. It delivers better client relationships. Some businesses rely on appointments to run their business efficiently, e.g. a Doctors Surgery or Hairdressers and although the client may have an appointment, sometimes these don’t quite go according to plan or the client may arrive early, which means they have to wait. So by providing a guest Wi-Fi network you can make that wait less tedious or allow them to still be productive while they wait for their appointment. Internet access is often a welcomed distraction while the client waits.
  3. Offers a competitive advantage. Offering a free Wi-Fi option to your customers and clients could be your USP over the competition and therefore it could be a deciding factor in choosing your business over another.
  4. Provides marketing opportunities. There are opportunities for businesses to use their guest Wi-Fi networks to advertise their products, services or special promotions through a specific landing page. When people connect to the network the landing page can showcase any marketing opportunity available. Again, this could be just the USP that encourages a visitor to buy from you. Additionally, for businesses that are registered on location-based social networking sites, such as Facebook or Google+, guest Wi-Fi would allow customers to immediately update their locations, thus providing free marketing and recommendations to their friends and followers.
  5. Provides valuable customer information. Businesses offering free Wi-Fi can monitor and track customer behaviour online and thus provide better insights to what their clients, customers or guests really want from a business like theirs.

At ICOM we offer full survey, design & installation of guest Wi-Fi networks, so if you are looking to provide a guest Wi-Fi network, then ICOM can provide a range of options to suit your business.

To find out more please contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your specific requirements or alternatively please read our latest guest Wi-Fi case study, who we have recently installed a guest Wi-Fi network for.

"Having switched over to ICOM some years ago from one of the largest providers in the UK, I have found the service to be more reliable, cheaper and above all friendlier. I would recommend any business to ICOM"

Mr Bruce Brunning | The Turtley Corn Mill Read the case study ›

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