Etisalat by e& Unveils Wi-Fi As a Service To Offer an Upgraded Experience To UAE Businesses


Wi-Fi as a Service, a cutting-edge offering from etisalat by e&, was just launched. It was created with the goal of empowering businesses with improved connection by expanding their Wi-Fi signal and coverage throughout their facilities. A solution has been developed by etisalat by e& to specifically meet the needs of companies needing improved Wi-Fi coverage in locations with high user density. No matter the provider, the service may be installed on an existing Internet connection to guarantee consumers have reliable connections. This innovative service gives companies a competitive edge in the marketplace while giving a cost-effective, dependable managed Wi-Fi solution catered to their particular requirements.

The comprehensive solution allows organizations to enjoy an improved Wi-Fi experience without having to spend in upgrading the infrastructure because it includes end-to-end deployment, 24x7 support, and lowering OPEX (operating expenses). Businesses can take use of a variety of competitive advantages offered by Wi-Fi as a Service to improve connectivity and client interaction. With more coverage, companies may increase employee productivity while also enhancing the virtual experience for customers and visitors.

Esam Mahmoud, Senior Vice President, Small & Medium Business, etisalat by e&, said: “Wi-Fi as a Service represents a game-changing opportunity for SMBs, offering an affordable and scalable solution that caters to their unique requirements, unlocking new possibilities for businesses to thrive in today's connected world. The managed Wi-Fi solution is adaptable, scalable, and carefully tailored to meet the distinct needs of businesses, revolutionising connectivity in businesses like offices, cafes, restaurants, clinics, and business centres.”

For enterprises, etisalat by e& will oversee every step of the implementation process, from hardware procurement and delivery to installation, setup, and configuration.

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