Wi-Fi Case Studies
Solutions for Hospitality, Churches, Community Centres, Schools, Residential public areas and more.
People in the coffee business call them campers. They are the individuals who spend hours working on their computer after purchasing a small cup of coffee. When a place gets crowded and other people need seats they lower their heads and burrow into those computers like turtles at the shoreline. In a busy central London […]Read More
Cadwaladers Cadwaladers is a well known chain of ice-cream and coffee shops in Wales. The company began in 1927 with the Cadwalader family in Criccieth who ran a general store. Cadwaladers now can be found all over the North and South of Wales with an English shop nearby in Staffordshire. All the stores offered Wi-Fi to […]Read More
Blighty Coffee Free WiFi Hotspot Case Study The Problem Chris Evans, the owner of Blighty Coffee, an independent coffee shop and community in Finsbury Park, North London came to 2020Media with a problem. Customers in his shop were complaining the WiFi was unreliable. “I typically had to reboot my existing kit once or twice […]Read More
Eat Play Love Cafe Free WiFi Case Study The owners of family cafe Eat Play Love wanted to offer a WiFi Hotspot to their customers but being business-savvy, wanted to make sure offering the WiFi for free was not a one-way street. A survey carried out by electronics firm Samsung suggests changing tastes and a […]Read More
Trial System at St Mary’s Battersea (2015) In January 2015, the composer Andrew Lloyd-Webber said that churches across the country should be fitted with Wi-Fi to make them more integral to their community. Speaking to the Mail on Sunday magazine, he was quoted as saying “I want to get every church in the country on […]Read More