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Wi-Fi Internet Services

What is WiZone?

WiZone is a fast, convenient way for your customers to use their own laptop or Wi-Fi device to connect to the internet. ABC Communications provides a quick, reliable internet connection using the latest in 2.4 Ghz wireless technologies. This means your customers are able to stay in touch with family and friends, and do everyday tasks such as online banking or surfing the internet. Anything they can do on a home connection they can do on WiZone!

Is it easy for my customers to use?

Yes! Your customers can simply turn on their laptops, detect a Wi-Fi signal, and open their internet browser, which automatically takes them to the registration page www.wizone.ca. This process takes seconds and there are several package options available for purchase: one-day access, three-day access and 30-day access.

Is it easy for me to support?

Yes! ABC Communications will give you FAQ sheets to hand out to clients that answer the most common questions. We also include web and email addresses and phone numbers to ensure your customers have someone to speak to. ABC will do all technical support required. We make every effort to ensure your customers have a great experience when using your facilities and WiZone.

How will my customers know I offer this service?

ABC Communications will provide signage for display throughout your facilities. We will provide window stickers for doors, entrances or offices, and great looking exterior signage on durable material. We don’t want you to have to worry about anything!

We also encourage you to tell your customers about WiZone. Offering this service is a huge advantage over your competitors! Just let us know your preferred electronic format and we will be happy to provide a logo for your advertising needs.

What do I need to do?

ABC Communications will provide and install all radio and switching hardware and equipment needed to give your facilities the best possible coverage area. We just require the use of an existing phone line to supply the terminating ADSL feed (phone service will not be affected), access to electrical power, and access and permission to install wireless equipment and antennas on your premises.