WiFi On the Go
Many industry segments require WiFi connectivity for its end products – from WiFi MVNOs and videogames to transport, logistics, and industrial equipment – but have no interest in deploying their own WiFi network. This need is set to skyrocket thanks to the IoT ecosystem.
This is where you come in: by providing connectivity as a wholesale strategy, you have an unmatched opportunity of standing at the forefront of these upcoming markets.
Fon’s WiFi On the Go (for business) allows you to manage the wholesaling and accounting of large amounts of traffic to both 3rd party service providers or to large businesses.
Create different customer segments for different access policies and rules
Offer adjusted price rates and priority access policies to the network to customers buying large amounts of traffic
Do not need to invest in deploying and maintaining a WiFi Network
Wholesale customers can become Virtual WiFi operators by reselling WiFi access to their end clients…
…Or get big volume discounts if they use this WiFi capacity for their own business operation
Turn your unused capacity into a new source of revenue
Enable B2B2C revenue models. Wholesale to 3rd party service providers
Capture revenues from growing markets:
IoT & WiFi enabled devices which need connectivity
Sell offloading capacity to MNOs, MVNOs
A public bicycle service wants to feature its bikes with WiFi connectivity to transmit usage patterns and cycling routes to big-data server for later business intelligence analysis, but it is unable to economically deploy and maintain WiFi network infrastructure itself. National service provider wholesales its un-used capacity to public bike company for data transmission.
Cloud based analytics portal including traffic monitoring
Revenue Sharing calculation for all parties involved in the revenue chain (service providers, 3rd parties), with flexible support for various business models.
Multi-currency and configurable taxation settings to support geographically distributed clients
Invoices, notices or other tax or sales documents sent to customers to accompany the sale of Internet access or other services