Wi-Fi for Service Providers
The Voxsim Wi-Fi SmartConnect SDK will allow you to provide your subscribers with a constantly best-connected experience by helping them connect securely to the world's largest aggregated Wi-Fi network.
Improve or increase mobile / cellular connectivity.
Reduce Your Reliance on Cellular Data
This means that by using Wi-Fi instead of cellular data, you will be able to use less data overall, which can help save money or make it possible to support more users on the same amount of data.
Offer More Dynamic Data Plans
Open Access Wi-Fi networks provide a cheaper way to connect than using cell phone data plans. This way, you can offer more flexible, custom data plans.
Improve Overall Connection Experiences
Wi-Fi is a great way to stand out from the competition, offering subscribers secure, high-quality connectivity where cellular either isn’t the most affordable option or isn’t available.
The Voxsim Wi-Fi SmartConnect SDK
If you operate a Light or Full MVNO that is focused on a specific country or region, you can use Wi-Fi to your advantage by tailoring it to your localization strategy. You can then scale it up as you grow, based on where your subscribers are travelling or where you see potential for new opportunities and future growth.
Wi-Fi SmartConnect can be used on any device with any operating system, including Windows, Mac OSX, Android, and Linux. So, service providers like mobile network operators (MNOs), mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), mobile virtual network enablers (MVNEs), and mobile virtual network aggregators (MVNAs) will be able to improve their offerings with this high-quality, popular connectivity option.
Secure Connections with the Last Mile VPN
While cyberattacks can vary in severity, even the less severe ones can have significant operational and reputational costs. In addition, if just one subscriber connects to a rogue hotspot, it could put your whole company at risk. Wi-Fi SmartConnect uses the Voxsim Last Mile VPN, along with One-Time Password (OTP), to protect subscribers from common cybersecurity threats, such as man-in-the-middle attacks.