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1 You wish to offer your guests access to the internet?
Safe, simple and economical!

2 The wireless network that allows you to communicate with your guests.
GratWiFi® The wireless network that allows you to communicate with your guests.

3 GratWiFi® Own research and development.
Over 450 operational installations. Reference partner for international groups. Installations in airports, marinas, camping sites, hotels, bars, offices, restaurants, libraries and expo halls. New hotspot concept developed to the requests of the clients. Tailor-made Wifi. Own research and development.

4 How does it work? The end user starts his internetbrowser and sees:

5 Chooses his preferred language and accepts the terms of service.

6 Proceeds to the landing page, as chosen by the hotspot owner

7 That can be a specific promotion or a survey.

8 Then goes on and surfs the internet, checks mail etc
Then goes on and surfs the internet, checks mail etc. For a preset period and with the limitations set by the hotspot owner.

9 The owner can follow up his hotspot and adapt settings at any time.

10 Our portal provides him with current information.


12 With detail.

13 The operator can monitor usage on his hotspot.

14 The operational status can be followed up closely.
Heartbeat of the router every 60 seconds

15 The hotspot owner can modify the settings and the landing page at any time.


17 We take care of data retention for you.
Directive nr. 06/24/EG Of the European parliament and the counsel of march 15, obliges each provider of public electronic communication networks to conserve certain session information for a given period of time. Anyone who allows others to surf on his internet connection has to oblige. From each internet session date and time of the log-in and log-off and the IP-address of the user, but not the websites visited, have to be stored for a period of twelve months. Since the IP-address in the case of a hotspot is always that of the owner, we also log the MAC-address of the computer that was used.

18 And what about the cost? Every location is different. The installation cost will largely depend on the necessary hardware and cabling. We will gladly provide you with an estimation or an offer without engagement after a site visit or a study on plan. You can already have a GratWiFi® hotspot for 32 Euros per month.

19 What’s in it for you? Free internet attracts more customers. Some 72% of business hotel guests considers free internet to be a major issue in deciding where to book a hotel room. The success of iPhone and other smart phones has caused an enormous growth of the number of people that frequently connects to the internet. "The results show that, on average, profits under the free [Hotspot] schemes are 533 percent higher than the paid for services - a result of the higher indirect sales of coffee and food generated by the increased customer traffic lured to the location by the hotspot service on offer.“.-Edge Consult: The Wlan Hotspot Report: A Complete Analysis of the Industry and Future Evolution of the Hotspot Thanks to the extra business generated by your hotspot, it’s you who makes extra profit, and not the internet provider as in the paid solutions. You offer a simple and reliable internet solution, without any hassle. For as long as the contract period lasts, you benefit from our warranty.

20 Options For use in congress centres or meeting rooms, we can – at no extra cost - provide a system with username and password to provide access either to whole groups or to individuals. For hotels, we also provide the possibility to have the GratWiFi® software interacting with the booking and management software. This way, only the hotel guests can access the internet after checking in at the front office.

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