Simply put, NETPAP is a platform that allows you to sell/ share your Wi-Fi with nearby users and manage them. Through a variety of services, this platform ensures that both you and your customer are left happy and content.
How to sell your Wi-Fi using NETPAP
Before you can sell your Wi-Fi, there are several things you will need. First of all, you will need to have fast reliable internet. It doesn’t matter whether your internet connection is sourced from a modem, Fiber or even Satellite (VSAT).
Another thing you will need for your venture is a Mikrotik router. Though not a compulsory requirement for Wi-Fi selling, a long-range Wi-Fi extender could go a long way in maintaining a strong and reliable internet connection.
After all these devices are set up, all you need to do is create an account with NETPAP, register your phone number and start selling your Wi-Fi using our cloud servers. You will then be able to manage your customers using your dashboard. Here you have the power to:
- Create bundles and set their prices
- Set Wi-Fi speeds
- Access your revenue at any time of the day
- Set total consumption amounts
- Publish advertisements on splash screens
- Access track analytics such as sessions, views, and redirections to your social media pages
- Chat with your clients in order to get real-time feedback
How to buy Wi-Fi using NETPAP
When you try to connect to a Wi-Fi network that uses our cloud servers, you will be quickly redirected to a home page that will ask you to select the type of bundle you want. Upon your selection, you will receive an MPESA prompt to pay for your selected voucher.
Once you pay for the voucher via MPESA, you will receive an SMS voucher that you will then use to sign into the network. Once your voucher expires, you will be automatically be logged out of the Wi-Fi network. As you can see, this process is really easy and eliminates the need to interact with the owner of the Wi-Fi network.
With the help of NETPAP, anyone can be an internet service provider. You can use it to sell Wi-Fi to neighbors, tenants, colleagues and even passersby. Considering that you have to pay for your Wi-Fi whether you use it or not, this is a good way to ensure that you never experience any losses.