Wireless Hotspot


Wireless (WiFi) hotspots are essentially wireless access points providing network and/or Internet access to mobile devices i.e. Laptop or smartphones. To simplify, they're places where you can take your laptop or other mobile device and wirelessly connect to the Internet. Typical WiFi hotspots include cafes, libraries, airports, and hotels. Though many are free, some hotspots require a subscription or service charge with a particular mobile provider.

At Vibe Active we can provide multiple WiFi solutions tailored to your needs what ever your business sector. To give you an idea how the Hospitality sector can really benefit from our Wifi solutions:

Benefits for Hospitality Businesses?

Create customer loyalty whilst experiencing secure, always-on and easy-to-use connectivity

Increase revenue opportunities

A well-designed broadband internet access solution offers an extensive range of marketing and revenue enhancing opportunities. Online advertising opportunities with local companies; E-commerce (sell take-away service)

Increase occupancy

A complete, easy-to-use broadband internet infrastructure attracts more customers, increases occupancy rates and enhances perception of the brand.

Offer robust security and regulatory compliance

Our solution allows authorised users onto the network and keeps data private as it travels through the airwaves. It keeps security threats at bay and enables business to comply with EU Directives.

Improve ROI

Through feature-rich products, operational simplicity, and flexible architecture, our hospitality solutions can help to improve profits and protect investments

We help you stay compliant:

Security is paramount when deploying Wi-Fi In accordance with current legislation, all Wi-Fi usage is subject to the appropriate laws governing the downloading of indecent images and/or content and or terrorist activities. As a Wi-Fi provider you must ensure your customers log in to your platform securely and provide adequate details to enable them to use your service in accordance with regulation. Fines from £20,000 and imprisonment can be enforced on the provider if the user has not been properly recorded.

Background to the Directive:

The Directive was passed in the wake of the 7 July 2005 bombings in London. The aim of the Directive was to create uniform standards for the retention of communications data across the EU. The purpose of this was to make it easier for law enforcement agencies to combat terrorism and organised crime, by ensuring that electronic communications data is traceable and retained securely for a minimum period. The Directive covers fixed telephone services, mobile telephone services, Internet access as well as Internet telephone services.

The requirements for retention of data in relation to all providers of Internet access, Internet email and Internet telephony services The Directive requires that data necessary to trace the source of a communication is stored. This means that the individual user ID, telephone number, and name and address of the subscriber using the service at the time of a communication must be stored. In addition the same data must be stored so that the destination of a communication can be traced. Data must also be stored so that the date, time and duration of the communication can be traced, including the date and time of the log-in and log-off of the user.

The data must be stored for a minimum of 6 months, and destroyed after 2 years. The data must be stored securely, which means that service providers must ensure that it cannot be tampered with or altered, and that only specially authorised personnel can access the data. It must be stored, in such a way that it can be supplied without undue delay to law enforcement authorities.

There will be a public authority in the UK allocated the task of ensuring compliance with the requirements of the Directive.

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