What makes managed WiFi such a luxury is that the provider manages the service. Tenants have their own private network. They have the control to add devices, or users to their managed WiFi. However, the service is still provided to them.
Tenants do not have to rent equipment or deal with technical issues on their own. They have security but are not responsible for setting up and managing security features.
Managed WiFi services are a considerable benefit to landlords as well. Property owners can relax knowing that they do not have to take calls or resolve issues related to the Internet or WiFi. Managed WiFi means managed by the provider. You are already managing your MDU; you should not have to manage your internet as well.
All technical issues are handled by the internet service provider. The installation and connection of managed WiFi services will be set-up by the provider as well.
Every question, concern, and comment about internet access in your building is the responsibility of the provider. This means having a tech team available 24/7 to provide instant help for any issues.
Managed WiFi Services can be a recurring revenue stream. The convenience of leaving internet services in the hands of the provider is valuable for a variety of ways, but will undoubtedly be a financial benefit. Most MDUs will ask tenants to provide their own internet services through local cable or phone providers. Tenants go into their apartment hunt with the idea in mind that they will not only pay for internet services but also go through the installation and maintenance process.
Property owners who have managed WiFi can use the included Internet as a selling point. Tenants do not need to bring equipment or set-up meetings with service providers. Saving this hassle is a selling feature that can offset raising rent prices. Tenants will gladly pay a higher rent, and property owners will make up the difference in supplying internet services and more.