Tips on WIFI hotspot for Event Organizers

  •     1. Planning Ahead

    By now you’ve likely considered your options. Perhaps the venue offers a WIFI package or a temporary portable wifi, but you’re not sure how to tell if it’s right for you.

    Planning your WIFI deployment begins with the scouting of your location. Location is crucial to your WIFI success. So, investing the time to find a venue compatible with your needs is a sound decision. Here are a few key points to consider when location scouting: Is the venue in a rural area? If so, how’s the signal strength? Is the venue in a basement or behind a lot of building materials? Will your event be held outdoors? How your carrier’s signal?

    Knowing the answers to these questions will ensure that your location doesn’t work against you. Rural and outdoor areas tend to have poor signal strength while, building materials such as wood, sheetrock, and cinder block diminish cellular and WIFI signals which will cause network dead zones.

        2. Support for Every Device

    We mean EVERY device: laptops, smartphones, tablets, printers, photo booths, kiosks, TVs, POS machines, etc… As long as your device can connect to WIFI, even if it’s via Ethernet cable, it can work with 4G WIFI Hotspot.

        3. 5G Ready
    4G WIFI Hotspot for Events rental kits are 5G ready. As major carriers start supporting 5G Internet, modems and access points will be able to take full advantage of the increased speeds and lighting fast connectivity.

        4. No Contracts

    You do not have to agree to any long-term contracts or credit checks and you only pay for the kit for the days that you use it. It doesn’t get more honest and fairer. Event WIFI hotspot is simple and convenient to rent.

        5. No Overage Charges

    Need to stream video all day? You don’t have to worry about regulated speeds because of high data usage. Unlike your cell phone provider, there are no exorbitant rates for data. A mobile hotspot is a wireless router and access point connecting people to the internet via single or multiple carrier networks.

    With just one of these devices, you can connect up to one hundred people surfing at speeds upwards of 100 Mbps. If you need to connect more than one hundred guests, you simply deploy additional access points for added coverage. While you have options, deploying WIFI hotspots for your event gives you the most control over your WIFI expenses. Paying only for what you’ve used, mobile hotspots provide the data you need and nothing else.

    In cconclusion, it is said that the first complaint out of an event audience’ mouth will be about the WIFI. It’s your job as an event producer to give your guests a connection so continuous and so fast that they won’t be able to complain. Attendees expect to be connected at high speeds. When you come through, they show their gratitude by promoting your brand via social media. They talk about you to their peers, and more importantly, they buy what you’re selling. Trust your event WIFI hotspot to do all the work for you.