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Advertising is more targeted than ever when you advertise where your customers spend most of their time…on their smart devices. 77% of folks connect naturally to WiFi.

Your reach is 100% as the WiFi login screen displays your ads and offers, prior to the user getting online. They see your ads/videos in exchange for obtaining FREE WiFi.

Get to know your customers on a deeper level by gathering emails, cell #s and demographic data on their likes and preferences, making you a smarter marketer!

Today, consumers want things faster and you literally can connect with customers IMMEDIATELY upon signing into the WiFi network. You never have to wait to email, SMS or snail mail them, ever again.

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