WiFi Service Management Platform
WiFi Service Management Platform
What is a wifi service monetization platform?
How can telcos monetize wifi?
To monetize WiFi today, service providers need to leverage more sophisticated monetization opportunities than only paid journeys and must incorporate analytics, redeemable vouchers, contextual and targeted advertising, personalized offerings, location-based offers, and more. A WiFi service management platform enables them to create captive portals to directly interact with customers, create multiple custom offers, segment and target customers, forge partnerships, and custom-make multiple WiFi captive portals for themselves as well as affiliates.
Revenue-Enhancing Features of Alepo WiFi SMP
Built for WiFi Roi
The advertising module lets you effortlessly create targeted ads for partner brands.
The built-in partner lifecycle management module enables creating and managing a WiFi reseller ecosystem, including ISPs and MNOs for value-added services (VAS), revenue-share and commission-based models, and more.
The WiFi SMP also enables wholesale and bulk collaborations with CSPs for WiFi offload and international WiFi roaming.
Download solution brief – Carrier WiFi in the 5G Era – to learn about WiFi business models that help generate a high return ROI
Enables Diverse Offers
Regardless of your architecture, the platform seamlessly integrates with legacy WiFi gateways and controllers through its vendor-neutral standards-compliant architecture.
Quickly build personalized portal pages to match your branding, geo-specific customization for location-based advertising, and more.
Create an unlimited number of customized offers to segment and target customers. Offers can be generated based on:
- Validity periods
- Gated access to speed-boosted WiFi
- Specific affiliate rates and offers
Easy to Use
Whitepapers and Briefs
Alepo’s all-inclusive WiFi SMP helps maximize ROI and leverage the benefits of a best-in-class WiFi network, including managing everything from the customer journey to the full partner lifecycle. Read the solution brief to know more.
WiFi hotspots remain the most viable part of a wireless network’s mobile data strategy to deliver instant and high-speed data connectivity in the absence of network coverage. Read this white paper on how operators can unlock new revenue streams.
Leading operator m:tel launched mobile offload and free public WiFi services using Alepo’s carrier-grade WiFi solution, With advanced monetization and rapid service creation capabilities, m:tel increased WiFi usage, reducing the load on their cellular network to significantly lower operational costs.
As internet usage becomes a bandwidth-straining practice, a data monetization strategy remains an ideal solution for ISPs to retain and grow their customer base and earn higher data revenue while combating the threat of OTT.
With all the benefits of native WiFi calling, it’s easy to see why OTT apps are losing their stronghold on the WiFi calling market. The seamless handoff from cellular to WiFi call helps customers remain mobile, even when the calls begin.
The two types of technology are both constantly talked about, and often in relation with one another. WiFi offload and calling present the perfect opportunity to increase revenue, customer satisfaction, and quality of service in a highly competitive market with falling profits.
The evolution of mobile technologies has led to an enlarged customer base with evolved demands. As technologies and consumers evolve, CSPs are relying on digital services for success and adapting accordingly.
Most casual users expect WiFi to be free, creating a dilemma for CSPs. But with a robust captive portal, there are many ways to deliver both an excellent customer experience and make money along the way.
Alepo and Nomios partner to deliver carrier-grade AAA solutions to telecom operators in the Netherlands
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Orange Guinea Sonatel to streamline FTTH operations using Alepo’ AAA Transformation solution to improve agility, performance, and customer experience.